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It's 1994 Again: SS 2013
Fashion's Time Machine is at it again:
Inner City 90's Los Angeles seems to be a trend circulating at the moment.


Versace, Burberry, Jil Sander, Frankie Morello, Dolce & Gaabbana








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24-06-2012
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wow Marky Mark is back...no for me

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those square-toed shoes at Jil. Killing me and not in the good way.

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Growing up in the 90's I have no complaints whatsoever of what trend they bring back from that particular decade.

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Growing up in the 90's I have no complaints whatsoever of what trend they bring back from that particular decade.
I agree. Well, I almost agree. I'm not really into the high waisted pants for men..

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I do not like it, yet. Maybe if I see edited/cooler versions I'll change my mind, but for now I will continue to dislike 90s fashion.

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Growing up in the 90's I have no complaints whatsoever of what trend they bring back from that particular decade.
This is interesting, I grew up in the 90s as well (born in mid 80s) and now when I look picks from my early teens and relatives back then, the look seems so unclassy Bootcut jeans looks so rubish!

Nothing particular of nowaday`s fashion related to 90s comes to mind expect showing midsection. Still not keen on that. Oh and those terrible jeans, very high waist and sagging from backside, so unflattering for the butt. Yak, never wanna see them again.


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aaah no not the 90's

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I run a vintage shop online and live in L.A. and the 90s are totally my slant. I have olive genera high waisted pants that are very similar to the pants shown with the stripe shirt. I have also sold several printed bomber jackets as well. The styling here is very harsh though and I think that's why there is such a mixed reaction.

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Not a big fan of this, but it looks good.

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