Of them, everyone and anyone. Because digest this new fashion is difficult, and fortunately did not live for the scenarios is fine but as a return to the past, I prefer other decades. The 80 are as ever modeled as icons and fashion parades they wore.
Where everything he touches becomes touched has had a very clear and definite inspiration. Michael Jackson, as an icon of style and an era. And we see him in each of their outputs, their concert costumes, shoulder pads, his white socks and pants fishing.
It seems that these myths have come to the minds of the creators in the same season. Oliver Rousteing for Balmain was inspired by the brilliant, elegant and sensual Sade on their parade.
Less obvious, smarter, we seem to see the yuppies of the time at a soiree of high birth or even the very Grace Jones.
God save Lanvin and flyers, and marked homrbos black world.
Jean Paul Gaultier
Another who has shamelessly copied myths that had at that time and wanted to pay tribute is Jean Paul Gaultier. Not that draws on the 80 is that his show is a walk in Studio 54 in the '80s. We Davie Bowie, Michael Jackson, Sade, Boy George and Madonna at the hairdresser, makeup and clothes.