Grunge fashion -- In 1993, Jean Paul Gaultier told Vogue that grunge "is nothing more than the way we dress when we have no money".
The New New England Thing: 7 Preppy Looks for Spring
Preppy fashion -- The name derives from private preparatory school where students dressed classically and conservatively in blazers, shirts/blouses, skirts/trousers, and shoes.
Deconstructionalist Fashion Design -- Clothes that were intentionally destroyed, seams and linings were left on the outside of garments, zippers were exposed, and edges were left unfinished. (Vanessa Leyonhjelm 1994)
1990’s Rave scene
1990s Raver fashion -- Outrageous tie dyed, psychedelic, dance-wear worn at huge dance parties. Style was heavily influenced by ecstasy and other drugs.
80s Fashion Tip # 4 – Hip Hop
Hip-Hop fashion -- Athletic street style of over sized clothes, jerseys, and running shoes originating from the South Bronx in the late 1980s linked to hip hop music.
Goth fashion -- Often black clothing and accessories reminiscent of dress from gothic novels and art.
Postmodernism in fashion -- Clothing that rejects the traditional meaning for clothes, protection and necessity, and makes it more symbolic and aesthetic. (Vivienne Westwood)
Yuppie fashion -- The style of dress adopted by "young, upwardly mobile professionals" who worked white collar jobs and wore power suits.
Postmodernism in art, design and architecture -- A late 20th century philosophical movement that goes against modernism and previously held beliefs, rejects authority, and challenges the notion of 'art'.
Minimalist Fashion Design -- Styles with minimal ornamentation, neutral colors, and clean lines. (Comme des Garçons)