Considering that the 1980s numerous fetish subcultural styles proceeded to be assimilated to the conventional

Considering that the 1980s numerous fetish subcultural styles proceeded to be assimilated to the conventional

—first being taken on by other subcultural teams then fashion insiders, prior to being acquired by high fashion designers then copied by mass-market manufacturers. The trend for underwear-as-outerwear took specifically erotic, fetishized garments making them into high fashion. While punks had started using thrift shop bras and girdles as outerwear when you look at the belated 1970s (as an element of a response towards the bra-less hippies it was designers such as Dolce & Gabbana who brought bra tops, bustiers and girdle panties to the runways before them. Vivienne Westwood proceeded to delve in fetishism by launching corsets into her collection for autumn/winter 1985—though grounded in research on 18th-century originals, Westwood’s corsets still exploited and played using the forbiddenness of fetish gown. Read more