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A group of people in January 1999 sporting various mid and late 1990s fashions.

For most of the decade, 1990s fashion in Europe, Oceania, Asia, and America was defined by a return to in contrast to the more elaborate and flashy trends of the 1980s. One notable shift in the was the mainstream adoption of, aside from and to a much lesser extent, other forms of such as.

In the early 1990s, several late 1980s fashions remained very stylish among boys both sexes. However, the popularity of and music helped bring the simple, unkempt grunge look to the mainstream by 1992. The approach to fashion led to the popularization of the look that included,,, and, a trend which continued into the 2000s. Additionally, fashion trends throughout the decade recycled styles from previous decades, notably the 1950s, 1960s and 1970s.

Due to increased availability of the internet and satellite television outside the United States, plus the reduction of import tariffs under, fashion became more globalized and homogeneous in the late 1990s and early 2000s.


Women's fashion[]

Early 1990s (1990–93)[]

Actress wearing semi-transparent black dress, curled hair and smoky eye makeup, 1990. Young woman standing on sidewalk, Uptown New Orleans, 1992.

Supermodels and high fashion[]

  • Throughout the 1990s, dominated the fashion industry. The top models of the 1990s were,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, and.
  • One of the most influential group of models during the early 90s was the Big Five, whose fame and social power allegedly surpassed that of many movie stars. The Big Five consisted of supermodels Naomi Campbell, Cindy Crawford, Christy Turlington, Linda Evangelista and Tatjana Patitz. Whether booked as individuals or as an elite group, each supermodel gained worldwide success and had great influence on the fashion industry. Naomi Campbell was the first black woman to grace the cover of French Vogue, Time, and American Vogue’s September issue. Cindy Crawford was the highest paid model on the planet in 1995 per Forbes. Christy Turlington was known for being a reliable model who garnered over 500 covers during her career and most notably, signed a contract with Maybelline for an annual fee of 0,000 for twelve days' work. Linda Evangelista was known as the industry's “chameleon” for her ability to suit a multitude of styles. Evangelista also infamously coined the phrase, “We don’t wake up for less than,000 a day.” Tatjana Patitz, the last of the Big Five, continues to be regarded as one of the “original supermodels” and even after her retirement, she remains in demand periodically by such designer houses as Jean-Paul Gaultier and Chanel. Later in the decade, Tatjana was replaced in the Big Five by supermodel Claudia Schiffer, who is one of the most successful supermodels in the world, holding the record for the most magazine covers according to The Guinness Book of World Records.
  • Later in the decade, the rise of shifted the world of fashion when her entrance onto the scene turned the Big Five into the Big Six. Kate Moss became one of the nineties' biggest phenomena when, at 14 years of age, she was discovered at JKF Airport. Her waif-like figure set a new fashion standard that became known as “.” This was a pale and ghostly look that called for a stick-thin stature and size zero body. Due to Kate’s extremely skinny frame, she was often criticized for allegedly promoting as apparently evidenced by her shots for. Reportedly, posters of Kate Moss were often defaced with graffiti that read “feed me”.

Neon colors[]

  • In the US,,, and Japan popular trends included bold geometric-print clothing in, orange, fluorescent pink, purple, turquoise and the acid green exercise wear popularized by of. Typical patterns included triangles, lightning bolts, diamonds, lozenges, rectangles, overlapping free-form shapes, simulated explosions inspired by comic book illustrations or, intricate grids, and clusters of thin parallel lines in contrasting colors for example, white, black and yellow on a cyan background. Many women wore denim button-down, colored in medium and dark green, red, and purple, metallic leggings, halterneck,, colored tights, bike shorts, black with shoulder pads, baby-doll dresses over bike shorts or capri leggings, and skating dresses. Neon colored tops and were popular, together with leopard print skirts shiny satin or rayon blouses, embroidered jeans covered in rhinestones, and black or white shirts, leggings and jackets printed with abstract red, blue, yellow and green geometric patterns. In America, popular accessories included,,,,, ballet flats, and the or associated with the look.

Leggings and exercise-wear[]

  • From 1991 on,,, worn as tops with jeans, a sweatshirt especially over a turtleneck with jeans rolled up to show off their slouch socks were popular with young girls, teens, college girls, and young women in the UK, Europe and America. A common outfit was to wear a skirt, dress shorts, or with black opaque, white, and white athletic. It was not uncommon to see mothers dressed right along with their daughters in white worn over black or sweatpants (especially heather grey color), an oversized T-shirt, sweater or sweatshirt worn over a turtleneck, and, All Stars, or unisex aerobic, basketball or Air or gold hi-top running shoes. A dressed up outfit was with an oversized v-neck sweater over a turtleneck,, or, and with a band or and scrunchie. worn over pantyhose or tights with a pair of were also common. and with oversized tops and casual sneakers especially continued to be worn as lounge wear and everyday comfortable and fashionable casual wear until the late 1990s. In, Britain and the US, became popular among female celebrities,, and.


  • In mid-1992, broke into the mainstream for both sexes. For younger American, Australian and Latina women, consisted of flannel shirts, ripped jeans,,, combat boots, band, oversized knit, long and droopy skirts, ripped tights,, hiking boots, and eco-friendly clothing made from recycled textiles or organic cotton. A prominent example of the popularity of grunge fashion is the teen drama television series "". Grunge fashion peaked in late 1993 and early 1994.

Mid-1990s (1994–96)[]

Glamour wear[]

  • In 1994, grunge clothing rapidly declined as fashion became more feminine and form-fitting. Young women in the UK and America wore tailored skirt and trouser suits,, baby doll dresses, animal prints,,, bright colors (even in colder months), and, and high heels. High-shine fabrics, such as,,,,, and became very prominent on both and. The most common look among young women that year was the short black worn over a tight, undersized white T-shirt. Loungewear generally consisted of black, large, oversized sometime over a turtleneck, and baggy while at home or relaxing during the weekends.
  • A very popular look among young women and girls from 1994–1995 was the "sexy school girl" look. This trend consisted of, undersized sweaters, short slip dresses,,,, miniature backpacks,,,, and chunky shoes. The sexy school girl look was prominently portrayed in films with female leads such as,, and.
  • Among women over 30, 1950s ladylike fashions made a comeback in the United States. This included,,,, satin or lace lingerie, and fitted suits. Popular accessories that went hand-in-hand with this revival included, white gloves, sheer,, sequins, and red lipstick. For more casual occasions, women opted for lean, blouses, belted, 1940s style sandals, white canvas shoes, and.
  • Popular shoes and accessories during the mid-1990s in Europe and North America included,, sneakers,,,,,, black,, silver jewelry, dainty earrings and necklaces, necklaces,,, floppy hats, gold jewelry, and hipster belts. had started to gain popularity around this time.

Work wear[]

  • For much of the early and mid 1990s, was the norm for women in the workplace: navy blue, grey or pastel colored skirt suits with, blouses, silk scarves, pointed shoes, stretchy, blouses, and brightly colored short dresses worn with a dark blazer, and metallic open toed shoes. Other such as chunky jewelry,, smoky eye make-up, hairspray,, and brightly painted nails remained common. Shorts suits were also very popular. They consisted of a regular suit top and jacket and dress shorts with tights underneath worn with.
  • By 1996, professional women in Britain, Australia and America wore more relaxed styles and muted colors, such as black floral print dresses, plain style blouses,, maxi skirts, boots, smart jeans, big floppy hats,, and chunky. began to replace skirts, and nude tights and black made a comeback.

Late 1990s (1997–99)[]

Asian influences[]

Red and cream Indian woman's saree, late 1990s
  • Beginning in 1997 and continuing into the mid 2000s, Southeast Asian and began to influence and gain greater recognition from the global media due to the establishment of the, and the hosting of in Delhi. Inspired by and a resurgence of interest in, designers in India adapted and repurposed the, and into the Anarkali from the early 1990s onwards. By the late 1990s, were turned into short dresses, and designed garish Hindu "God printed T-shirts" for both locals and global tourists. British, Asian and American designers also incorporated fabrics, such as,, silk or Indonesian into Western-inspired clothing patterns such as shirts and blouses featuring traditional embroidery. This type of clothing was worn not only by the immigrant Bangladeshi, Pakistani and in Britain, but also by many non-Indian women.

1970s revival[]

  • From 1997 onwards, many British and American designers started to take cues from the of the. Particularly common were black or dark red pants, animal print clothing, halter tops, metallic clothing,,, maxi coats,, knee boots, and. By 1997, popular mainstream trends included tight shirts,,,,, motifs inspired by the movement, and military inspired clothing, such as with camouflage patterns.
  • In the late 1990s, bright colors began to make a comeback in mainstream fashion, as a backlash against the darker tones associated with the and. Popular colors included,, and, all of which replaced black, which had become ubiquitous. Other fashion trends popular from 1997-1999 included glamour wear, high-waisted, plastic, associated with the school girl look,,,, conservative chic,, high-waisted, and cardigans.
  • More formal styles intended for the workplace or special occasions (such as a ) included in neutral colors or animal prints, tailored and skirt suits inspired by the 1980s, collarless coats, and the, with or without subtle embroidery.

Casual chic[]

Young woman wearing a spaghetti strap top, a silver necklace, low ponytail and straight-leg jeans, circa 1999.
  • From 1998–2000, the unisex look gained mainstream appeal, with dark jeans, spaghetti strap,,, and other athletic clothing. Denim's popularity was at an all-time high in Europe, with designer denim jackets and matching jeans rocketing in prices. Other common, more affordable brands included,, and Evisu, a Japanese denim brand which launched in the 1980s. The most popular trainers were white or black and manufactured by,, and. Running shoes with built in air pumps were popular among both sexes. Leather had largely replaced canvas, and soles were made of foam rather than solid rubber.
  • In the US and Britain, popular accessories included large, shoes with rounded toes,,, -encrusted hip belts, embellished slippers, beaded wristbands and lariats, Alice bands,,, gold jewelry,,,, bandanas, and novelty with leopard print or zebra stripe patterns.

Men's fashion[]

Early 1990s (1990–93)[]

Casual clothing[]

  • Continuing on from the late 1980s, many young men in the UK and Europe wore tapered and cuffed with matching denim jackets,, or sweatshirts, with contrasting collars, short, grey sweaters with prominent logos, oversized shirts, brightly colored especially in yellow or green, shoes, V neck, shorts, white worn with black or brown, triple striped tube socks usually folded over at the top, pastel colored three button, graphic print T-shirts, tops with a vertical contrasting stripe down the sleeve,,, as worn by in, shiny red or blue monkey jackets, grey or tan with, and wool with contrasting sleeves. Short shorts were popular in the early years of the decade, but were replaced with looser and baggier after 1993 when went mainstream.

Grunge look[]

  • From 1988 until 1995, shirts became very popular in the US and Australia, due to their use among the and bands including,, or. Unlike the fitted of the 1970s which fastened with pearl snaps, the of the 1990s were padded and loose-fitting for optimum warmth. Men also wore jeans, patterned wool with underneath, black, coats,,, grey and.
  • In Britain and the US, popular accessories included,,,, Doc Martens Boots, popularized by the late rock star, and neon-colored trainers (sometimes incorporating flashing lights and elastic self-tying laces).

Mid 1990s (1994–96)[]

Cool Britannia and '70s revival[]

  • Around 1995/1996, 1960s clothing and longer hair were popular in Britain, Canada, and the US due to the success of. Men wore, brown leather jackets,, shirts, pullover, and graphic-print T-shirts (often featuring, athletic logos or numbers). Real fur went out of fashion and fake fur became the standard.
  • The 1970s became a dominant theme for inspiration on men's apparel in 1996. Among these clothing styles were coats with fur- or faux fur-trimmings, jackets with bold shoulders and wide lapels, and boot-cut slacks. This continued into the 2000s (decade). Casual clothes such as trousers, sweaters, and denim jackets were worn with shirts made of,, and terry cloth. Both and bold patterns were popular and successfully replaced black.
  • Desirable accessories during the mid-1990s included,,, gold jewellery,, chunky, solid colored ties, shoulder bags, and black/neon colored high-top sneakers replaced combat boots.
Trio in 1995 wearing neutral-colored tops and relaxed-fit, slim-leg pants and jeans.

Modern preppy[]

  • clothing was popular in the US, where wealthy young men wore khaki, canvas, and navy blue with breast-pocket or gold buttons bearing a. In general, 1990s preppy was more casual than the almost look of the 1980s as young men abandoned and in favor of, nautical-striped T-shirts,, and or short-sleeved shirts. Desirable brands included, and.


  • In Europe and North America, went mainstream in 1992, with oversized,,,, and popular among young men as casual wear. Simultaneously, industrial and military styles crept into mainstream fashion, with machinery pieces becoming accessories. Baseball caps started being worn forwards again.
  • provided a platform for and musical artists to collaborate forming an influential of and designs, especially the popular recycled clothing worn by and.
  • Due to its association with rappers, became acceptable to wear in public throughout the mid to late 1990s, especially oversized T-shirts, and sweaters bearing the logo, tennis shoes,, jean shorts, khaki, baggy,, and black with orange linings. From 1995 onwards, men wore overalls, straight leg jeans, plaid pants, flat-front chinos, khaki pants, and camouflage pants worn ironically by anti-war protesters.
  • In the late 1990s ski goggles became a popular accessory in hip hop fashion.

Late 1990s (1997–99)[]

African fashion[]

  • During the mid and late 1990s, the silk became popular in South Africa and the wider global community. From 1996-98, traditional began to face serious competition from cheap imported as a consequence of the Kenyan and Tanzanian government's easing of trade restrictions during the early to mid 1990s. By the end of the decade, the associated with dictator of the and the previous South African regime had declined in popularity, and was replaced as formal wear by the. Variants in green, yellow and black were worn as an alternative to the by many African-Americans for.

Rave culture and streetwear[]

Trinidadian men wearing typical late 90s fashions, 1997.
  • By the late 1990s, the grunge look became unfashionable. The emergence of the rave subculture had sparked a revival of interest in more stylish clothes, with name brand designers such as and making a comeback. In Europe, jeans were more popular than ever before. From 1997-98 brighter colors came into style, including plum,,,, and shades such as "camillia rose", "blazing orange", "whisper pink", "hot coral", and a light-grayish blue called "wind chime".
  • Much of men's fashion in 1997 was inspired by the 1996 film, leading to the popularization of the "dressy casual" look. Such apparel included blazers, black or red leather jackets and in either a variety of prints or a solid color, and loose-fitting flat-front khaki chinos or jeans. Around this time it became fashionable to leave shirts untucked.

Business wear[]

  • In Europe, single-breasted three and four button suits in grey or navy blue, together with leather jackets based on the same cut as, began to replace the double breasted 1980s power suits. The wide neckties of the early 1990s remained the norm, but the colors became darker and stripes and patterns were less common. In and, the and declined in popularity in favor of conventional Western business wear. and went out of fashion due to their association with older men. Dress shoes (usually in black) included with rounded or square toes,, and monkstraps.
  • In America, an increasing number of men began to dress and, a trend kickstarted by of. At more formal events such as weddings or proms, men often wear boxy three or four button, single-breasted suits with a brightly colored and an often matching dress shirt. Another trend was to wear black shirts, black ties, and black suits. Black leather and were also fashionable in the late 1990s.

Youth fashion[]

General trends[]

  • The dominant youth clothing fad at the beginning of the 1990s was fluorescent clothing in blue, coral, orange, pink, and yellow. Hoop earrings were also a popular accessory for teenage girls and women in the first years of the 1990s. Plaid shirts were also popular. Popular colors for girls included coral, hot pink, bright mint, hot red, and turquoise. In Britain and the US, girls, tweens, teens, and college girls wore the outfit of an oversized tee shirts, sweat shirts with a underneath, mid calf dresses with, oversized sweaters especially v-neck sweaters over a turtleneck, worn over or sometimes sweatpants and with their hair inusually in with a or high or high side. It was not uncommon to see mothers dressed right along with their daughters in this outfit. Also girls, tweens, teens, and college girls wore black or white lace trimmed bike shorts with dresses, belts worn with dresses, Dress shorts worn with tights and or sometimes with slouch socks over the tights and, tights with slouch socks and, worn over pantyhose or tights with a pair of, sweaters, T-shirts,,, Converse,, worn in the summer with or, and in the winter with a long sleeved tee or turtleneck and tights and or, and tops worn with or skirts, colored especially in medium and dark green, red, and purple worn rolled up to show off their or worn in skinny jeans style with the worn over the jeans, long sleeved T-shirts, and athletic shorts such as the. Boys wore shorts, jean jackets, shirts, tapered, colored in bright and light mint green, red, and purple colors, and single, double or triple stripe worn with everything from shorts to rolled jeans and khakis. In the Southern Suburbs of Chicago during the late 1980s and early 1990s, Z Cavericci pants and IOU sweatshirts were worn by members of the middle/upper-middle class.
  • For much of the 1990s, particularly the middle years, teenage boys and girls bought and wore very simple clothes, such as, flannel shirts, grey knitted sweaters, and. Popular stores selling these items included and. In the late 1990s, American teenage girls imitated the look of British girl group, which consisted of, T-shirts, sweatshirts,, and trainers, as well as, and.
  • For younger children, the mid-late 1990s was the of films with T-shirts and sweaters featuring characters such as,,,, and. Tartan trousers, striped shirts, long sleeved, crew neck sweatshirts worn over a turtleneck, colored bright mint, red, aqua and purple colors, jeans rolled up to show off their, athletic shorts especially shorts, and sweaters were worn by young boys and girls in the UK and the US. Blue and railroad stripe and were also popular for females, as seen on television and commercials throughout the decade, and for teenagers, some of whom would leave either strap hanging loose. A common outfit for and teenage girls, was to wear an oversized tee, a brand over a turtleneck, a, skirt or dress shorts with black opaque tights or, white slouch socks, and either, such as the, or.


Acid washed jean shorts with grunge and hippie inspired DIY slogans and pictures, 1995.

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  • The and of the 1980s lasted until 1992, when and took over in popularity. By the mid-1990s the grunge style had gone mainstream in Britain and the US, resulting in a decline in bright colors from 1995 until late 1999, and was dominated by shirts, stonewashed blue, and dark colors such as,,,, and.
  • Grunge fashion remained popular among the British until the late 1990s as the hard-wearing, loose-fitting clothing was cheap and provided good protection. Members of the subculture were nicknamed grebos or and included those who did not skate.

Psychobilly, punk and skater[]

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  • , which began in the 1970s, was very popular in the 1990s, especially among the. Common items for and fans included, long under sleeves, black hoodies, and in black, mint blue, or red.
  • In the US, bands and popularized, and dark-colored bowling shirts during the late 1990s.


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Swedish hip-hop fans watch perform in 1991.
  • The early 1990s saw widespread interest in and due to the influences of,,,,,, and. The trend began in the early 1990s and continued until the.,,,,, and and worn backwards became popular among fans together with gold chains,, and T-shirts. By the end of the decade, had influenced many global subcultures, especially the British with their tracksuits and white trainers, the of America and Asia, and the fans known as with their all-black outfits and.


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  • In the mid-1990s,,, and bands,, and resulted in a revival of 1970s fashions, including,, jackets, green,,, striped shirts,, T-shirts bearing the, and motifs including the worn by the '.


  • During the mid to late 1990s, peaked in popularity among American, German and British teenagers seeking to break from the mainstream. Black leather, frilly,, velvet blazers, long black hair,, and were a common sight on both sexes, and girls often wore Victorian inspired, lace gloves, boots, and short leather skirts.


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  • The conservative look of the 1980s remained popular among wealthy teenagers in the Northeastern US until the late 1990s, when began adopting elements of. Typical clothing for preppies of the 1990s included,,,, worn with slouch socks and oversized sweatshirts, sweaters and tees,,,,, shorts or skirts worn with blazers (for girls), shorts suit with dress shorts with tights underneath, and a top and jacket, sweater over a, and crew neck sweatshirts worn over a. A typical outfit included with an oversized v neck sweater over a turtleneck,, and or. Neat, well-groomed hairstyles were popular among upper elementary, middle school, high school and college age girls, including the, straightened side, or high regular worn with and.

1990s beauty trends[]


Women's hairstyles[]

Actress in 1997, sporting volumized and layered hair.

Women's hair in the early 1990s continued in the big, curly style of the 1980s. High and High sided continued through most of the decade, especially when playing sports and at the gym. Usually these were worn with a instead of a. remained big throughout the decade, especially the "mall bangs" poofy style associated with the early 1990s. From 1994 until the they got smaller and somewhat flatter and less poofy and laid closer to the forehead.

The and, based on the hairstyles of in and in, were popular in America from 1995 onwards. Around the same time red hair also became a desirable color for women, as well as feathered bangs, and mini hair-buns. From 1995 until 2008, dark-haired women tended to dye their hair a lighter color with blonde highlights (popularized by ).

In the late 1990s, the was well-desired, popularized and rejuvenated by of the. This late 90s-style bob cut featured a center, side, or zig-zag parting, as opposed to the thick bangs of the early 1990s. The made a comeback in 1997, with highlights going hand-in-hand with this revival. Other late 1990s haircuts included "Felicity curls" (popularized by in the hit TV show ), the Fishtail Half-Up, and pigtails, as well as the continuation of mid 1990s hairdos.

Men's hairstyles[]

The 1990s generally saw the continued popularity of longer hair on men. In the early 1990s,,, and were popular. Other trends included,, and cornrows.

Young man in 1995, sporting an earring and a short undercut hairstyle.

In the mid 1990s, men's hairstyle trends went in several different directions. Younger men who were more amenable had adopted the, either natural or dyed. This style was popularized by on the hit TV show in season two, which premiered in mid 1995. More rebellious young men went for longer, unkempt "grunge" hair, often with a center parting. The curtained hairstyle was at its peak in popularity, and went out of style. Meanwhile, most professional men over 30 had conservative 1950s style haircuts or the Caesar cut.

By 1999 it was considered unstylish and unattractive for men and boys to have longer hair. As a result, short hair completely took over. From 1999 onwards, aside from (which was popular throughout the decade),, bleached hair,, and variants of the became popular among younger men. Dark haired men dyed their spikes blonde or added wavy blonde streaks, a trend which continued into the early 2000s (decade). Variants of the was popular among rock musicians during that time period. For African-American men, the (popularized by former NBA player ) and were a popular trend that continued into the early 2000s.

Children's and teenager's hairstyles[]

For teenage boys longer hair was popular in the early to mid-1990s, including collar-length, Long, unkempt, blond popular among some fans, and dreadlocks. During the mid-1990s, the much-ridiculed became a fad among skaters, while hip-hop fans wore a variant of the known as the. In the late 1990s, hair was usually buzzed very short for an athletic look, although a few grunge fans grew their hair long in reaction to this.

For teenage girls and younger children, hair was worn long with heavily teased bangs called "mall bangs" which were long fringes covering the forehead., and of various styles and colors (especially red, navy blue polka dot, plaid and neon) were popular with girls throughout the early and mid 1990s, and they frequently wore them with twin, or high or high side and. Also hair pulled to the side over one shoulder sometimes in a braid was seen. Many times in combination with bangs. Bangs and ponytail hair style remained popular with girls throughout the 2000s and the 2010s. Bangs are now less poofy and like "mall bangs" and lay closer to the forehead. It is not uncommon to still see scrunchies but many times ponytails are seen are with and bows instead.

Makeup and cosmetic trends[]

A darker shade of seemed popular among women throughout the decade. (, 1990)

Women's makeup in the early 1990s primarily consisted of dark red lipstick and neutral eyes. Around 1992 the "grunge look" came into style among younger women and the look was based on dark red lipstick and smudged eyeliner and. Both styles of makeup continued into 1994, but went out of style the next year.

The trends in makeup shifted in the mid 1990s. In 1995, nude shades became desirable and women had a broader color palette in brown. Another makeup trend that emerged was matte lipsticks, with deep shades of red and dark wine colors worn as part of night makeup. Blue-frosted eye shadow became fashionable, and was eventually integrated into the Y2K makeup of the late 1990s/early 2000s (decade). Gothic makeup had broken into the mainstream, having been made up of vamp lipstick (or even black lipstick), heavy mascara and eyeliner, often purple-tinted eye shadow (or else very dark blue), and extremely pale foundation. The Gothic makeup remained relevant in the later years of the decade.

By 1999, glittery, sparkling makeup had come into style. This was called "Y2K makeup", consisting of facial glitter and lip gloss. Blue-frosted eye shadow remained a staple of late 1990s makeup, although silver was ideal look. Dark eyeliner was considered bodacious. Pale, shiny lips became desirable, as lip gloss largely replaced lipstick. An alternative for those who did not like metallics were purples and browns. Goth makeup and Y2K makeup continued into the early.


A selection of images related to the period.

  • Converse All Stars, popular in the early 1990s

  • Grunge clothing, popular from 1991–1996. (, 1992)

  • The became a trend in the late 1990s. Normally made of,, or, it was often worn with high-heeled boots.

  • Dancers at Snoqualmie Moondance Festival in 1992

  • The German duo, 1993. Their aspect shows the influence of the which returned in the 1990s.

  • teenager with Hitop fade, popular in the early 1990s.

  • , popular in the late-1990s

  • worn by young girls in the early-1990s

  • was popular among hip-hop fans in the mid-1990s

  • Dutch high school prom, 1994

  • with orange lining, popular from the mid-late 1990s

  • Women's side gusset shoes popular during the mid and late 1990s among preppy and hip-hop subculture.

  • Go-go boots became fashionable again in 1995. They were worn by women of the hip-hop and preppy subcultures.

  • Block-heeled shoes, popular from 1995 until 2001.

  • Woman with, late 1990s.

  • Women's hair was straight and usually styled with a short cut, known as a. In Europe, long were popular for day and evening wear.

  • Two women wearing, 1999.

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