Depop Turns Up the Volume With Nineties Rave Culture Exhibition

BACK IN TIME: A Spice Girls reunion — minus Victoria Beckham — has signaled the Nineties are here to stay and Depop, the online marketplace aimed at Gen Z, is celebrating the flip side of the decade’s music scene with a one–night–only exhibition on Wednesday dedicated to rave culture.
Depop has partnered with Youth Club, a nonprofit organization that preserves youth culture, and London’s NTS radio for the exhibition, called “Wear the Movement.” “Depop and Youth Club are both about youth culture and the importance of self-expression and acceptance is at the core of Depop,” said Maria Raga, chief executive officer of Depop.
The event will be held at Corsica Studios in south London and there will be imagery, vintage clothing and accessories on display, which have been sourced by Depop’s community of vintage dealers and sellers.
Clothing items, including vintage Moschino, Kappa and Adidas, on show and for sale, are exact matches of pieces shown in archival photos provided by Youth Culture.
The Depop community is made up of more than 10 million users, who are “overwhelmingly” Gen Z, said Raga. “But they are very interested in all things Nineties, from both the buyer and the seller side.”
She added that Nineties rave culture was

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The Original Nineties Supermodels Close Versace Show as a Tribute to Gianni

A LITTLE HELP FROM MY FRIENDS: Donatella Versace had some extra support from those iconic supers that go by their first names — Naomi, Claudia, Cindy, Carla and Helena, who closed the designer’s spring show on Friday, marking a tribute to her late brother Gianni Versace on the 20th anniversary of his death. Wearing the lamé dresses that Versace made famous, they first struck statuary poses on cubes at the end of the catwalk. As Donatella took her bow, they walked the length of the runway with the designer as she received a standing ovation and stadium-worthy cheers from guests.

Carla Bruni, Claudia Schiffer, Naomi Campbell, Cindy Crawford and Helena Christensen closed the Versace show as a tribute to Gianni Versace. 
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Versace was also celebrated by her peers, designers Alessandro Michele, Pierpaolo Piccioli and Anthony Vaccarello. The Italian designer personally invited them to the show, they said.

Helena Christensen, Cindy Crawford, Naomi Campbell, Donatella Versace, Claudia Schiffer and Carla Bruni closed the Versace show as a tribute to Gianni Versace. 
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“We grew up with Gianni and Donatella is a friend, it’s a pleasure to be here,” Piccioli said. “I really enjoy being a guest at a show. Alessandro already had his show [for

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Mr. Energizer Nineties Adult Costume

Mr. Energizer Nineties Adult Costume


Get physical and have a fitness flashback in our Mr. Energizer Eighties Adult Costume. Look like you are competing in an 80s aerobics championship or video with this ensemble that includes a jumpsuit, hat, and fanny pack. The skin tight jumpsuit is designed as a tank top and knee length shorts combination. It features a vertical pattern of bright colors that appear to have been applied with a paint brush. The neon pink fanny pack and purple sequin 90s style cap bring more humor to this costume. Add a pair of bright leg warmers, colorful socks, or a big hair wig, all available here on our site, to capture the look of that decade. Make sure you have your fitness routine and work out motivational phrases ready when you jump, squat and high kick into this Halloween.

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