Get out your platform shoes, leg warmers and leggings but again above. The eighties are back.
For some, the eighties a complete no go, since the photos from the old box next to reminders are also plenty of modeflaters to the top. Nevertheless, grab different designers almost forty years later, return to the failures, and with success. The denimjasjes full of patches and lamee garments fly out the door and on the beach spot this summer probably countless swimsuit à la Baywatch.
In exchange for the trashy fashion from the past seasons, you can so totally Madonna. The eighties are slowly but surely noticed on many Instagram accounts and in new collections. Even shoulder pads are making their comeback to the catwalks.
Platform shoes of Miley Cyrus
Especially in the streetwear revive the eighties like no other. The oversized sweaters, bandeau bovenstukken and sunglasses with mirror glass be spotted in the streets of metropolis. The Italian designer Damir Domma has worked with sportgigant Lotto at an eighties sportcollectie.
As if the fashion world has to suffer from homesickness
In 2015 we took all back to the disco – and punkjaren, but now takes the ’80s-punk style even the hip – hop and popwereld about. Miley Cyrus in her new collection with Converse all the way loosening, and dove into the world of glitter and disco.
No shoe represents the 80s better than the timeless Converse Chuck Taylor and no better person than Miley Cyrus to her own interpretation. The singer is known for out-of-the-box thinking, and societal boundaries, and that she shows in her collection. Cyrus combines sneakers with platform shoes, glitter and paisley prints that we normally in bandanas find short sportshortjes and hartjesvormige sunglasses for the perfect eightieslook that we direct the roller can conquer.
Back to the Eytys
Also the Swedish sneaker and denimmerk Eytys put a lot in on the ’80s revival. The brand started with a unisexsneaker in 2013, and last year had a own denim. For the campagnefoto’s combined the brand slogans from the eighties with krulletjeskapsels for the women and long surferharen for the men. Photos on motors to models with plateausneakers and the wind in your hair: Eytys gets clear inspiration from the golden era.
The sunday dress code. Susan Sarandon, 1978.
With dark blue solid jeansbroeken, white finishes and unisexmodellen travel brand like its competitors back to the pre-internet age, where there is no Instagram or Netflix, and music is still on cassettes.
Who thought that in the future we still futuristischer dressed would go, could be wrong. Where last year we frantically held on to trends from the 90’s, this year we are going ten years back in time. Last year we were allowed to Buffalo again welcome in our wardrobe, this year his sweatbands around his head, not excluded. Trendsetters grab melancholy back to amortized accessories, Instagram accounts are full of Jane Fonda look-a-likes and Nike brought his Monarch shoe again. As if the fashion world has to suffer from homesickness.