The 80s and 90s are making a huge comeback in today's fashion -- including the revival of grunge. It seems almost every magazine from Vogue to Russh has been featuring grunge-inspired spreads, resurrecting the once popular fashion.
From getting gritty in the junkyard to angelic grunge photography, these models are making loose, layered and torn clothing a must-have for any season.
Implications - Since the 90s, grunge has become a mainstay in music and in fashion. The days of Nirvana and Pearl Jam have inspired brands to take rock culture into their own hands to market to fashion consumers. The attractive rebel theme is one that many are drawn to due to its raw nature that certain brands can't replicate.
From Sassy Filthtography to Junkyard Fashion
AnOther Spring/Summer 2010 Collection is Grungy Chic
Studded Mega Helmets
Ben Toms Brings Back 80s Grunge Apparel for Dazed Digital
Credit Crunch Punks
‘Children of The Revolution' in FutureClaw
Gray Scale Grunge Glam
The Gala Gonzalez Debut Collection With Adolfo Dominquez
Flirty Grunge Fashion
Karen Elson in ‘Show Girl' for Marie Claire US June 2010
Biker Grunge Photography
Julia Nobis is Fabulous in the 'Rat Bag' Russh Magazine Spread
Grunge-Inspired Photo Shoots
Megan Fox's Nylon Pictorial Includes Fringe and Flannel
Multi-Season Male Couture
Glamb 2009 F/W Collection Adds Some Grunge to Business
Angelic Grunge Photography
'The Haunted' by Daniel Archer is Gritty, Glam and Gorgeous
Grunge Glam Fashiontography
'We're Being Watched by Experts' in Test Magazine 2010
Dark Grunge Fashiontography
The Resin Spring 2010 Lookbook Shows A Laid-Back Style
Cheap Monday Gets a Distressed, Torn and Acid-Washed Makeover
Glam Rock Lookbooks
People's Market Fall/Winter 2009 Ads Channel 90s Grunge
Edita Vilkeviciute Spices it up for the Numero Tokyo July 2010 Spread
Girlish Grunge Fashiontography
The Young-Love Teen Vogue Editorial 'Finding Nirvana'
Iselin Steiro is a Hot Mess for ‘Commando' in Vogue Paris March 20