If you’re a fan of vintage fashion, this might be the perfect opportunity to watch some new-wave girls pop up.
The first season of the “80s Style Girls” series is launching this Friday, September 25 at 10 p.m.
ET on ESPN.
The “80’s Style Girls,” a new generation of fashion fans, have been inspired by the fashion trends of the decade’s early 2000s.
But unlike the previous seasons, which were focused on fashion trends in the 1980s and early 1990s, “80-90” will take a look back at the fashion of the 2000s and 2000s, featuring some of the hottest designers of that time.
“The ’80’s is a very different era,” said the show’s co-creator, Stephanie McMahon.
“It’s a time when women are doing things that were just not as accepted and not as fashionable as they are today.”
The series stars Stephanie McMahon as the showrunner and co-executive producer of the new series.
She said the aim of “80,” a nod to the 1980’s, was to bring out the “talent of the girls.”
“We wanted to be able to tell the story of these girls because we’re fans of the 80s and we were also fans of fashion, but we’re also fans that were inspired by it,” McMahon said.
“That’s where this new generation came from.
They’ve been inspired to be fashion forward, but also to be more modern and fun.”
The first “80” season of “90s Style” will air on ESPN in the fall.
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