At , designers Dean and Dan Caten gave us a glam grunge/rock ‘n roll collection that is obviously targeted towards the young. Pieces included plaid shirts, preppy button-down shirts, slouchy cargo pants, miniskirts, boyfriend blazers, leather jackets and more. Plus models even strutted down the runway with huge shades, knit caps, a Starbucks coffee in hand, leather bags which are all so typical of what we see among the young Hollywood stars nowadays. Loves it!

Inspired by ’80s fashion icon Tina Chow, the Gucci A/W 2009 show was all about “a glittering, glamorous time, when going out was a way of life.” The collection had a really nice palette of colors which included turquoise, azul, violet, red, gray and black. Pieces ranged from kimono tops in asymmetrical stripes, polka-dot dresses, super metallic blouses, tailored pants and sparkly leggings and jumpsuit.

Celeb makeup artist Beau Nelson was right – the ’80s are back! For his A/W 2009 collection, Giorgio Armani created a beautiful collection of 80s-inspired chunky knit cardigans, fitted jackets, tight leggings, pencil skirts, cocktail dresses and more in greys and blacks. And to go with the retro theme, models strutted around in a super tight updo with a bun on one side, strong, purple smoky eyes and fire-engine red lips. Hot!