Role-reversal | Washes Whiter
In the '70s and '80s, advertisers tried to cash in on housewives having time for themselves away from the stresses of their daily tasks and eventually traditional role-reversal began.Tweet
Supermum and neo-traditionalism | Washes Whiter
The '80s embedded the idea of supermum who does it all, but despite progress away from traditional gender roles, a tendency to cling to a neo-traditionalism is expected in the '90s.
Life with Katie: Oxo | Washes Whiter
The evolution of the ''Life with Katie'' adverts for Oxo, where characters were recognisable and offered trends in lifestyle other than the product.