Fashion or the fashion, back on trend

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Rachel Adams

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When talking about fashion from different periods should I use "the" before"fashion?" And does "back on trend" sound idiomatic?

"I think that (the) fashion from the 90s will return to the world one day. I like dresses which are now back on trend."
 

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Perhaps:

I think the fashions from the 90s will come back some day. I like dresses that are back in fashion.
 

Rachel Adams

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Perhaps:

I think the fashions from the 90s will come back some day. I like dresses that are back in fashion.
Could you tell me why it's wrong to use "the fashion"?
 

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I wouldn't use yours or Tarheel's. I'd say "I think 90s fashion will come back ...".
 
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