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It was the start of a new decade. The fall of the Soviet Union as Boris Yeltsin becomes president of the new Russian Republic. East and West Germany become one nation. 1990 looked forward to the future of fashion with the introduction of microfibers and high tech fabrics. Form fitting shapes allowed women to show off their toned bodies. And global style dominated with ethnic, exotic clothes.
In China, the tragic student massacre at Tianamen Square. San Francisco trembles in the worst earthquake since 1906. The design world loses legendary Vogue editor Diana Vreeland. 1989 was also the year of the color craze in fashion. The hemline controversy of short versus long ends with pants as the new option.
After serving as Ronald Reagan's Vice-President, George Bush wins the US presidential election. Cher launches a fragrance appropriately called "Uninhibited." In 1988 fashion took a flight of fancy with florals and crinoline. Proportions changed with shaped jackets and wide leg pants. The vanguard pushed the envelope with street looks. Here's the best of 1988 from the runways of the world...
The art world is shocked by the death of Andy Warhol after gall bladder surgery. Giorgio Armani suits up The Untouchables for the silver screen. 1987 was also the year of the short story in fashion as hemlines rose thigh high. The couture inspired ready to wear in its exquisite detail. And romance was in the air with hats and crinolines. Here's the best of 1987 from the runways of the world...
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