The 80’s marked in fashion a generation that was not afraid to make a mistake.
Colorful and extravagant clothes were part of the wardrobe of the whole nation, without exception, from the most daring to the most basic.
Blazer, high waist pants, mega funky look (the queen of the era was Madonna), colored leggings, head bands, Hard Rock Café sweatshirts, leggings, shoulder pads, body, bat sleeve … It was nostalgic right! All this contrasted with the hippie decade of 70 and made the fashion even more daring and incredible.
So incredible that the trend that marked NYFW Fall 18 was the 80’s. We really needed color and daring for our looks. Shall we begin to review the shows backwards?
Marc Jacobs was inspired by the 1980’s haute couture and brought strong shoulders, belts at the waist, wide pants. He did not leave out an accessory of the 80’s, which fashionistas are loving, the bundle! And brought us several options and models. I also loved the mystery he brought to the catwalk with his hat.
Tom Ford also brings animal prints, sequins, acid colors, silver socks, head bands, but what caught his eye were the giant hoop earrings. Despite the trends, your fort is still the perfect tailoring! Anyone who has ever used a Tom Ford tailoring before should try it, but careful it costs dear and will be your new addiction.
Jeremy Scott brings the Italian record of the 80’s mixed with The Fifth Element, in a show of colors that went from the most acid to the sweetest. He always dares and impresses us!
The 80’s came shy on the shows of Brandon Waxwell and Zimmerman. Brandon Maxwell brought a little on the broad shoulders and shining pants, though presented in timeless colors. And Zimmermann brought the Vittorian era that also lasted until the 80s.