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1938) German designer, based in Paris. Worked for Chloe, Krizia, and Chanel before launching his own collection in 1984. His imaginative and witty designs remained a major fashion force throughout the 1980s. Galliano, John (b. 1960) British designer. Broke through to instant fame with his "Les Incroyables" collection of 1984. Innovative and even quirky, Galliano is very popular with the younger buyer. Lauren, Ralph (b. 1939) American designer. Worked for several menswear clients before launching his own women’s label in 1972.
Space and adventure films were wildly popular and provided an easy way of forgetting about life’s problems. In the pop world, two megastars, Michael Jackson and Madonna, fueled their success by making their public images more weird and wonderful each month. Madonna’s look-alike fan club had a hard task keeping up with each change. The more adventurous, however, were not satisfied by mere copying. There was a thriving nightclub scene for those who wanted to create their own fantasy. To get into the best clubs, it was not enough to have money; you had to have “style”—and the right style for each changing week.
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