The fashion show of the 90s will be remembered for many reasons. One of them is the iconic song that supermodels lip-synced while walking down the runway. It was a reprise of the George Michael video, and it was an instant sensation. Camilla Nickerson reminisces about the show. Read on to learn more. Here are some fashion show moments of the 90s. Read on to get a taste of fashion’s golden age.
Jean Paul Gaultier’s Les Tatouages collection
If you’re a fan of fashion and body art, you can’t miss the influence of the “Les Tatouages” collection on Rousteing’s spring 1994 runway show. The collection’s layered print looks, blending stripes with denim, sky-high platforms, and tattoo-inspired prints all echoed the designer’s “Les Tatouages” theme. Les Tatouages also featured dramatic beaded necklaces, asymmetrical coats, and sunglasses.
The name of the Jean Paul Gaultier collection, “Les Tatouages,” comes from trompe-l’oeil tattoo prints, which were stenciled on models’ bodies. It was one of the most memorable fashion shows of the 1990s, and was named one of Vogue’s 25 most memorable. Later in Gaultier’s career, he addressed religion in his collections, riffing on ecclesiastical garb and merging disparate visions of spirituality.
Vivienne Westwood’s Between collection
Inspired by the iconic AW/01 Gold Label collection, “Wild Beauty”, Vivienne Westwood’s Between collection captures the essence of animalism. A recycled velvet jacket with over-printed vermillion tiger stripes oozes wild allure. Meanwhile, a white suit is made of recycled polyester and features the designer’s name emblazoned in bold red. The collection combines couture precision with sustainability, resulting in a unique style that is both timeless and forward-looking.
The Between collection reintroduced pieces printed with fine art. Francois Boucher’s painting “Daphnis and Chloe” first appeared on corsets in Westwood’s fall 1990 show. For fall 2022, Westwood branched out into different genres and re-released the pieces printed with the artist’s work. For instance, hand-painted white denim jackets and sneakers feature wandering eyes from Matisse’s famous work, representing a person being watched. Other artwork included a 1550 painting by Pieter Bruegel of a dark landscape.
Thierry Mugler’s Cirque d’Hiver
Thierry Mugler’s Cirque ‘d’Hiver’ fashion show made ordinary women look like aliens, and supermodels were morphed into space-age vixens. The French designer was born in Strasbourg, France and studied interior design before creating his first collection at age twenty. His creations pushed the boundaries of fashion and redefined the way women wore clothes.
Mugler’s Fall 1995 haute couture extravaganza marked the brand’s 20th anniversary. The show was staged at the Cirque d’Hiver venue in Paris. The stage featured a monolithic set containing two runways connected by a spiral staircase. The set included the Angel perfume logo. Over 300 looks were showcased, including dresses with cleavage and butts.
Vivienne Westwood’s Mom Jeans
Designed to resemble the original mom jeans from the 1980s, Vivienne Westwood’s Mom Jean features a high rise waist, concealed fly, and functional pockets. These jeans sit on the ankle and feature a relaxed fit. The jeans are part of the designer’s Anglomania collection, which also includes printed skinny jeans, logo-printed t-shirts, and jackets. Whether you are looking for an alternative to your classic mom jeans or simply want to look great, you’ve come to the right place!
Despite their classic shape, Vivienne Westwood’s mom jeans come in a variety of colors and designs to suit every mood and budget. The designer’s trademark style is an essential part of every wardrobe. These jeans are perfect for any event, including weddings. Designed to be comfortable and flattering, these jeans are also great for work. These jeans are perfect for those who are concerned about comfort and want to feel great while wearing them.
Helmut Lang’s fall 1995 collection
The classic masculine silhouette was updated with a fusion of new materials and classic shapes. Stylish and versatile, Helmut Lang’s fall/winter 1995 collection features tailored pieces that are both classic and versatile. The collection includes plum and gray wool suits and a utilitarian tuxedo. The brand offers base layer garments such as liner vests and shirt jackets and incorporates materials such as viscose jersey and leather.
The collection was named after the city of lights where the designer was born. It was a testament to his intrepid and unconventional style. Lang, who is also known as the “fashion guru of Austria,” has been around for more than five decades. The fall 1995 collection of menswear and womenswear features classic and contemporary looks for both business and leisure. His first fall collection was a collaboration with the Hood by Air designer Shayne Oliver, who was tapped to design the collection. The campaign was shot by Ethan James Green. It has not yet been unveiled, but was shipped in late July. The collection includes the work of emerging as well as established photographers.