As I was looking for pictures for cultural appropriation. I cam across a picture of a man in a Native American headdress on a site called loupiote. I feel that this is a wonderful example of this concept and shows how society has integrated old customs into newer styles. Headdresses are traditionally worn by the Native Americans tribes chiefs. This picture shows a grizzly looking man staring into the distance. He has his glasses on so you cant see where he is looking. But you can tell by his facial expressions that he is straight faced and comically serious. In older photos chiefs would have a straight face and show no emotion to seem noble and intimidating. You can see also that his feathers are brightly colored something that is very different then normal feathered headdresses. we can relate to this photo by the setting you see him in as he seems to be somewhere with people celebrating something. Also as you look into his sunglasses the reflection seems to show that he is at some type of outdoor concert. In original photos there was no color giving off a very serious tone. In this picture you can see the all the color he is wearing giving a more friendly vibe from this modern day chief. Giving off a more flashy look in appearance but still remaining subtle. Allowing viewers to chuckle at the piece as we can relate to the items on display while still getting a grasp on where it originated from. This picture takes historical and traditional clothing and turns into a modern, up to date image to show how times and styles have changed. And will continue to change.