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05 Sep 2013 0 comments

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We had some signs of the new trend few month ago: the exhibition at the New Museum in New York completely focused on 1993, the surprising show at Saint Laurent, the new taste in fashion photography, where young generations prefer the snapshot style. A few facts that were suggesting that something was going on, and that was some sort of return to the 90s look, specially that 1993 that saw the explosion of grunge into fashion at the time when Nirvana published their most successful album, “In Utero”, that put the American band out of the niche.

Today is the fashion bible Vogue Paris that claims we are about to have a “grunge fever” again. The magazine features a story that is a overview on the upcoming fashion for winter 2013: oversize sweaters, tartan à go-go (we are not just talking about the iconic lamberjack shirt but a whole series of items in checks), light thights worn with Dr. Martens booties (in the Courtney Love style) minipull made of mohair or raw knitwear, little semi-transparent dresses and leather to go with, plus some chains and punk details.

The story by Mert Alas & Marcus Piggott features the glamourization of grunge, not to shabby and not so much for the looser as it used to be. Fashion designers Dries Van Noten and Alessandro dell’Acqua by their side made good use of the lamberkjack shirt, mixing it with straight elegant skirts or chiffon trousers with flower prints for a a feminine and sophisticated effect. A genius combination.

And by the way, in the postmodern wardore nothing is forbidden.

Images © Mert Alas & Marcus Piggott for Vogue Paris, September 2013

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