Black 90s clothing and fashion was a huge hit in the late 90s and early 2000s, thanks to high fashion designers and designers working from the street.
Recode is celebrating its 20th anniversary with the Black 90’s Fashion Awards, which will be held on December 19th in New York City.
The event is being hosted by Vogue editor-in-chief Anna Wintour, who will be speaking at the event.
“I think the beauty of the Black 91s and Black 92s is that they were the only two brands that were really taking the reins in the 90s, so you could see how there were a lot of great designers coming out of the 90’s and how fashion became more diverse and global,” Wintours said.
The event will feature a number of the big names in the Black and New York fashion scenes, including Calvin Klein, Dior, Michael Kors, and Burberry.
The Black 90S fashion scene began with the launch of Calvin Klein in 1988 and continues today with Dior.
This year’s event is part of a celebration of the black decade, with designers and influencers working together to highlight the achievements of the era.
“Black 90s has always been about this idea that the 90 was the era of the comeback, of the coming back,” Winton said.
“Black fashion really came back in the last few years.”
The event is also being hosted in partnership with fashion designer M.J. Coates, who created a collaboration with designer Hedi Slimane that featured the rapper’s iconic silhouette.
“It’s the first time I’ve ever worked with an artist who really brings it to life,” Winkles said.