You have to check out this golden oldie. It’s a look at what designers in the 1930s thought women would be wearing in the year 2000.
I am so glad their predictions didn’t come true, but some are pretty close to the fashion of today.
First, we have a dress that could be adapted for morning, afternoon, or evening. Apparently, it’s the interchangeable sleeves that make the dress different.
Another designer predicted a dress made of transparent net. I have to say, they weren’t far off with this one.
The next designer thought that skirts would disappear entirely, shoes would have cantilever heels, and an electric belt would adapt the body to climate changes.
This designer thought we would always be in an atmosphere with the right temperature.
This is what the future bride would wear, which to me looks like the wedding dresses of the 1980s.
This dress is made of aluminium, with a sash around the lady to change it for afternoon or evening.
This one is my favorites, an electric headlight, which is apparently to help her find an honest man.
The future man would be well equipped. He would have a telephone, radio, and containers for coins, keys, and candies for cuties.
Watch the full video here:
But as funny as these predictions are, they would never have guessed fashion would be like this.
Watch this video on Lady Gaga’s meat dress:
I’m sure that nobody in 1930 (or any other year) ever envisaged this.