5 Unforgettable Iconic Fashion Moments In Music Videos

Be it the cute and hot schoolgirl look that Britney portrayed or the remarkable ‘Thriller’ jacket of Michael Jackson, these are a few music videos which we are never ever going to forget!

“Life on Mars?” 1973 by David Bowie

5 Unforgettable Iconic Fashion Moments In Music Videos

This music video was made during the Ziggy Stardust period, and was the forth music video of the glamorous rocker, who wore an amazing powder blue suit. The suit represented the powerful look of the ’70s. The electric eye makeup which was coupled with those bright red mullet is simply excellent.

“Heart of Glass,” 1978 by Blondie

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Here we had spotted Debbie Harry sporting a red lip together with those remarkable platinum tresses. And it was way before Gwen and Madonna came in. After this video during the mid-’70s there were so many women who went across to get for themselves a peroxide bottle and well, a Revlon tube!

“Physical,” 1981 by Olivia Newton-John

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Back in the ’80s, the trend of pastel Spandex and leg warmers was at peak. And, of course, the inspiration was derived from Newton-John.

“Girls Just Want To Have Fun,” 1983 by Cyndi Lauper

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The ’80s trend was all about multicolored eye shadow, wild hair dye, accessories, which were over the top trendy. The tulle is not to forget too. All thanks to Lauper for tulle and loads of tulle everywhere!

“Thriller,” 1983 by Michael Jackson

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This was known to be the one of the most iconic music videos that was ever made. This remarkable 13-minute video does bless with the best of make-up artistry feats and choreography too. Not to forget that the red leather jacket during the 1980s became the most outerwear trend. In 2011, at an auction it was sold for $1.8 million, and the buyer also stated it as being one of the biggest ‘rock and roll memorabilia’ to be witnessed by history, ever!

 
 
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