80s australian fashion designers

Heres a little styling inspiration from the fashion decade thats got designers going large this season. CREDIT: NOWFASHION. Saint Laurent AutumnWinter 2016. Bananarama These Brit girls sure could hold a tune and their style defined 80s pop: crop tops, pedal pushers, the miniest of skirts, logo tees, wide leather belts and hoop earrings.

Grab a Australias most glamorous designer, Alex Perry created magnificent gowns ready for the red carpet. This Sydneyborn designer, named Australias premier couturier, graduated from the prestigious East Sydney Fashion Design Studio in 1984, followed by the opening of his first atelier in Kensington, Sydney, in 1992.

The '80s was a decade of bold style, colors, and silhouettes (permed hair included), with trends spanning ripped tights and leather to polished oversized blazers, and style icons ranging from Joan Jett to Brooke Shields. The AZ of Australian Fashion Designers& Labels. Who else do you need to know on the Australian fashion scene? Browse the ultimate Designer Directory of your dreams when it comes to Australian fashion designers and labels below.

After studying fashion design at Wellington Polytechnic, she moved to Sydney and worked for the Australian Broadcasting Corporations costume department.

She opened her first store in 1992 and exported her fashions to New York, London and Hong Kong; she was the first Australian to launch a readytowear collection in Paris.

Fashion in the 1980s, Social and cultural features of the 1980s, Australia's social and cultural history in the postwar period, History, Year 9, NSW Fashion in the 1980s Introduction Fashion in the 1980s was bold and glitzy. Teenagers no longer dictated fashion trends the baby boom generation was getting older and richer and demanded more glamorous, upmarket fashion. By Lori Ferraro Designer jeans were HUGE in the 80s the very first ones I remember getting were a pair of Sassoon jeans.

Wow that is a really long time with a single style of shoe, especially one created in the 80s. More for Fashion, Less for Sports Most hightops are basketball shoes, but not in the 80s! In the 80s, they became a