Fashion Trends That Shaped the 2010s (part 2)

  1. Rugged sports shoes

No matter who speaks back, the big, rugged, and big sports shoes conquer fashion fans. French designer Isabel Marant started to cause this craze with his pair Willow Wedge in 2012. In 2018, the reunion of girl group Spice Girls reached out with the brand Comme des Garçons. for the conquest of this trendy shoe.

  1. T-shirts printed with political messages

Fashion has long used modest t-shirts as the background for messages and the 2010s. With many social upheavals, the trend has become more popular with the words “Cancel Brexit” or ” Save our Seas ”appeared humanely on the street. Environmental activist Katharine Hamnett has been a pioneer of this trend since the 1980s when she launched a design with the words “Choose Life” that the group Wham! show wear. The Me Too movement also produced hot promotional T-shirts.

  1. Tendencies of cultural interference

During this decade, fashion also aroused mixed controversies when it had interference with different cultures. Karlie Kloss wears the First Nations headscarf in 2012’s Victoria’s Secret show, for example.

  1. Symbolic Items

Social media and fashion influencers have contributed to the emergence of IT items over the past decade, which has fueled the desire to own them among fashion followers. For example, Valentino’s Rockstud, Jacquemus’s Le Chiquito super-mini bag, Kenzo’s tiger-head sweatshirts, Supreme logo-printed t-shirts, or Apple AirPods.

  1. 1990’s style

The past 10 years have been an impressive decade for the X generation when the fashion styles of the 1990s reappeared in diversity. Prada, Raf Simons look for a neon colored bag, bucket hat day. Versace, Moschino reminiscent of the old days with logo printing products. Hedi Slimane, Marc Jacobs reminisces about a grunge t-shirt. And the dress creations of Calvin Klein make people recall the images of early supermodels like Naomi Campbell, Cindy Crawford, Linda Evangelista or Christy Turlington.

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