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Oh '80s teens: Is there anything they don't know? They knew that Ronald Reagan sucked, that one must always avoid the Noid, and that the Go-Gos and The Smiths were the best bands of all time. And, it turns out that they knew their fashion stuff, too — as this recently-unearthed video shows.
Filmed by Scott Hayden in 1984, when he was a student at Antioch High School in California, the clip asks a diverse group of students what fashion means to them. And, the answers are extremely important, even 30 years later. We would expect no less from girls with braces and undercuts, and who wear rosary beads with hospital scrubs.
Watch the video below, then click on for their style lessons.
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