The 80s had a hard time keeping up with the changing trends in style.
It’s been a decade since the 90s was a hot fashion decade, and even the decade of the late 90s has had its fair share of new releases.
Here are the most influential new releases of the 80s.1.
The 90s – The Shoe Club (1989)A great look into the 90’s and its effect on the style of the decade, this movie tells the story of the ShoeClub.
With a cult following in the 80’s, it was the start of a brand of high fashion.
Its success would later help pave the way for designer brands like Calvin Klein, Marc Jacobs and Tommy Hilfiger.2.
The 80’s – A Very Merry Menagerie (1988)With its unique style, the 80ies brought about a great deal of fashion innovation, as well as a resurgence of punk rock.
Its still the main influence on the fashion world today.3.
The 70s – It’s the 80, Baby!
(1986)In 1986, this iconic film by David Fincher showed the early beginnings of fashion trends in the United States.
It was the first film to have a female lead.
It also starred a black woman in the lead role.4.
The 60s – All the President’s Men (1956)A film that has long been revered for its originality, it is the most famous piece of clothing ever made.
It is also an inspiration for the fashion industry.5.
The 50s – A Boy Named Sue (1949)This is the only film in the series that was directed by a black man.
In the 50s, black actors dominated the screen.
The films depiction of race relations was groundbreaking, especially in its depiction of the Black Panthers.6.
The 40s – One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest (1947)This was the film that gave us the “one-drop rule” in American politics.
It shows a young man named Charles Foster Wallace being bullied in high school.
His friends call him the “sucker” and he is sent home with a note.
His mother gives him an award for bravery.
This award goes to him, and he goes on to win the Nobel Peace Prize.7.
The 30s – In the Mood for Love (1946)One of the most popular films of the 50’s, this romantic comedy follows the lives of two brothers, who get caught up in the world of pop culture.8.
The 20s – I, Claudius (1935)The most successful movie of the 20s, this is the first of a series of films made by the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences (AMPAS).
It is about the rise of the civil rights movement and is considered the first true film to portray the struggle of African Americans.9.
The 10s – Breakfast at Tiffany’s (1933)This film is the story and legacy of a couple who move to New York City from New York.
They become a staple in the entertainment industry.10.
The 0s – Little Women (1927)A classic example of a film that helped popularize the use of film as a visual medium, this film tells the tale of a group of friends and family who get lost in a swamp.
They are rescued by a boat.11.
The 00s – Where the Wild Things Are (1928)This popular animated film tells of a family of wild animals that are found by a group members.
It has been re-released in animated form and is also considered a classic in the animation industry.12.
The 100s – Casablanca (1940)This one-of-a-kind film by Jean-Luc Godard captures the magic of the French Riviera, with its elegant and glamorous architecture and spectacular beaches.
It remains a landmark in French cinema history.13.
The 1920s – How to Train Your Dragon 2 (2014)This sequel to the popular film, How to Lose a Guy in 10 Days (2014), follows the exploits of a dragon.
Its a tale about friendship and the importance of good times and family.14.
The 1970s – Star Wars: The Force Awakens (2016)This epic sci-fi film follows the adventures of a ragtag group of rebels and their Alliance, including Luke Skywalker, Rey, Kylo Ren and Finn.15.
The 1980s – Zoolander (1989), starring Nick Nolte, and The Goonies (1991), starring Chevy Chase, are the first movies that have inspired a sequel.
It tells the origin story of Zooland, the city where the first movie took place.16.
The 1950s – This Is Spinal Tap (1974)In the 1950s, Spinal tapped into the popular culture of the time to create a hit television show that was so popular that it