Here's What 1930s Fashion Designers Thought We'd Be Wearing In The Year 2000

British Pathé

The 1930s gifted many stylish trends to the world of fashion. The lighthearted approach to women’s clothes in the late 1920s bore a new, enjoyable era of bare midriffs and shoulders. However, men's fashion became more serious as darker colors were favored over the bold, brashy colors of the 1920s.

But how did the fashion designers of the 1930s think people would dress in 70 years' time? In the video clip below, British Pathé shows what fashion designers thought the future of fashion would be like—with many unexpected results.

 

 

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