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Topshop Unique Revisits the '80s New Wave Scene for 2017 Spring/Summer Collection

Girls just wanna have fun.

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Topshop Unique Revisits the '80s New Wave Scene for 2017 Spring/Summer Collection

Girls just wanna have fun.

During London Fashion Week, Topshop Unique unveiled an ’80s-inspired 2017 spring/summer collection. Paying homage to the punk and New Wave scenes that flourished during that time period, the runway show sees a range of outrageous silhouettes including skirts with thigh-high slits, sheer bandage dresses, as well as various zebra-print pieces. To further enhance the element of rebellion, business-casual garments were paired with items crafted with a flamboyant vinyl material. Browse the gallery above to check out all of the runway looks.

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