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The Year In Fashion: Volume 1985
Coca cola decides to replace its old formula with a new One. Under protest -- classic coke returns! Actor rock hudson died Of aids. In 1985 mtv, madonna and street…
The Year In Fashion: Volume 1986
The US Space Shuttle Challenger explodes with seven astronauts aboard. The New York Mets win the World Series, and in the Philipines-- the year of "people power". 1986 was also…
The Year In Fashion: Volume 1987
The art world is shocked by the death of Andy Warhol after gall bladder surgery. Giorgio Srmani suits up The Untouchables for the silver screen. 1987 was also the year…
The Year In Fashion: Volume 1988
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…
The Year In Fashion: Volume 1989
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 In Fashion: Volume 1990
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…
The Year In Fashion: Volume 1991
US and allied missiles bomb Iraq and Kuwait signaling the start of the gulf war. Sexual harassment is defined by Anita Hill on Capitol Hill. 1991 was also the year…
The Year In Fashion: Volume 1992
Bill Clinton was elected president of the United States. Boyz II Men broke pop chart records. The prince and princess of Wales announced their separation. 1992 was also the year…
The Year In Fashion: Volume 1993
New York becomes a target for terrorists at the world trade center. "Grunge" influences music and fashion and the world loses an actress and ambassador, Audrey Hepburn. 1993 was also…
The Year In Fashion: Volume 1994
In South Africa, Nelson Mandela makes history as the first black president. And the world said farewell to the elegance of Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis. 1994 was also the year that…
The Year In Fashion: Volume 1995
The Oklahoma City bombing shatters a building and a nation. In Europe, peace is celebrated in Bosnia. 1995 was also the year for retro fashion of the 60's and 70's…
The Year In Fashion: Volume 1996
The democrats and Bill Clinton return for a second term in the White House. Material girl Madonna becomes a mom. 1996 was also a year for feminine, romantic dressing--with softer…
The Year In Fashion: Volume 1997
Wall Street celebrates a record breaking stock market. And tragically, the world loses Princess Diana and designer Gianni Versace. 1997 was also the year that saw an 80s revival --…
The Year In Fashion: Volume 1998
A fashion year of firsts. American designers Michael Kors and Marc Jacobs take the helm of the venerable French houses of Celine and Louis Vuitton. Julien Macdonald launches his first…
The Year In Fashion: Volume 1999
With Millennium Fever at an all time high, designers are pushing nostalgia to the max. Claire McCardell's 1950's influential style is everywhere. Betsey Johnson, Gianfranco Ferre, Vivienne Westwood and Yohji…
The Year In Fashion: Volume 2000
The style hallmark of the new millennium is an unabashed Logomania. Fashion's powerhouses vie for top designers in their corporate stables - with LVMH and Gucci Group garnering some of…
The Year In Fashion: Volume 2001
The Year in Fashion for 2001 was distinguished by an artful creativity with an emphasis on unique presentations and beautiful venues. A bevy of Belgian models are stealing the scene…
The Year In Fashion: Volume 2002
A romantic Bohemian Chic dominated fashion in 2002. Roberto Cavalli interpreted la vie boheme with a sexy, rock n' roll edge. Tom Ford took YSL on an African safari while…
The Year In Fashion: Volume 2003
In 2003 the classic Louis Vuitton monogram exploded in cartoon colors creating accessory lust worldwide. While most fashion designers celebrate the beauty of woman, the Metropolitan Museum took it a…
The Year In Fashion: Volume 2004
2004 welcomed a return to sophistication with the stunning craftsmanship of young designers including Olivier Theyskens at Rochas and newcomers Jack McCollough and Lazaro Hernandez at Proenza Schouler. Perennial provocateur…
The Year In Fashion: Volume 2005
Big volume emerged as the major trend in fashion this year - Full skirts ruled the runways as did monochromatic collections of white for summer and a return to black…
The Year In Fashion: Volume 2006
Mid-stride into the new millennium fashion for the year 2006 opened with collections that were less about trends and more about diversity of style. The supreme range of creativity ranged…
The Year In Fashion: Volume 2007
While this millennium may no longer be new, the style of 2007 embraced new technology and luxury. Designers developed a space age aesthetic with high-tech fabrics and voluminous silhouettes; then…
The Year In Fashion: Volume 2008
In 2008, remarkable coverage, as our cameras capture the exclusive Haute Couture ateliers of Christian Lacroix and Valentino who bids the fashion world a fond farewell with his retirement collection.…
The Year In Fashion: Volume 2009
The Year in Fashion 2009 fashion reflects the changes in the global economy. But it could be good news for the consumer as designers work hard to offer pretty clothes…
The Year In Fashion: Volume 2010
The Year in Fashion 2010 saw the launch of Fashion's Night Out - an initiative founded by Vogue Magazine's Anna Wintour, to help stimulate the lagging economy. The Museum of…
The Year In Fashion: Volume 2011
The Year in Fashion 2011 brings you the brightest fashion highlights of the past 12 months! Marc Jacobs presented a runway full of high shine Seventies luxe paying tribute to…
The Year In Fashion: Volume 2012
The Year in Fashion 2012 brings you the brightest fashion highlights of the past 12 months!
The Year In Fashion: Volume 2013
Videofashion's The Year in Fashion 2013 brings you the brightest fashion highlights of the past 12 months! 2013 saw the fashion community celebrating fantastical fashion moments, hailing sensational comebacks, marking…
The Year In Fashion: Volume 2014
From the best collections to the best events, benefits, and awards ceremonies, Videofashion presents a retrospective look at the fashion world's top 8 moments of 2014!

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