On this episode of The Young and the Restless, Ashley wears a sequin dress. It is no coincidence she is taking inspiration from the 1920s, an era F. Scott Fitzgerald portrayed as one with decaying social and moral values. While Ashley herself is an upstanding citizen, her daughter Abby has faked her own kidnapping in a publicity stunt overarching with skepticism, materialism, and essentially the empty pursuit of pleasure. While The Great Gatsby exemplifies the harrowing corruption of the American dream, the Naked Heiress' latest exploit proves some things don't change even decades later. Interestingly, flapper-inspired fashion is also indicative things stay the same throughout time as Ashley shines in this glamorous number.