Year in Review | The 1980s Revisited

There is no doubt that the 1980s were a huge influence on fashion this year. During the fall 2009 season, we saw the ’80s staples of exaggerated silhouettes, neon bright colors and menswear inspired pieces from the likes of Dolce & Gabbana and Marc Jacobs. This translated into print in sometimes subtle and other times not so subtle ways.

Naty Chabanenko by Hugh Lippe for Flair

Daria Werbowy by Terry Richardson for Vogue Russia

Raquel Zimmermann by Alasdair McLellan for Vogue Paris

Tao Okamoto by Daniel Jackson for Vogue Nippon

Anja Rubik by Katja Rahlwes for Vogue Nippon

Mey Bun and Tao Okamoto by Terry Tsiolis for Vogue Russia

Kendra Spears and Katie Fogarty by Camilla Akrans for Harper’s Bazaar US

Constance Jablonski by Laura Sciacovelli for Vogue Nippon

Denisa Dvorakova by Jem Mitchell for Flair

Vlada Roslyakova by David Vasiljevic for Numéro Tokyo

Freja Beha Erichsen by Josh Olins for Numéro

12 Responses to “Year in Review | The 1980s Revisited”

  1. thank god it's all gone.I couldn't stand the 80s trend. the 80s had some of the worst styles in recorded history.

  2. thank god it's all gone.I couldn't stand the 80s trend. the 80s had some of the worst styles in recorded history.

  3. thank god it's all gone.I couldn't stand the 80s trend. the 80s had some of the worst styles in recorded history.

  4. all really really good.. but from raquel, is the best one. is there anything more 80´s than blondie?!

  5. all really really good.. but from raquel, is the best one. is there anything more 80´s than blondie?!

  6. all really really good.. but from raquel, is the best one. is there anything more 80´s than blondie?!

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