Since the sixties of the twentieth century, couturiers, futurists have been actively promoting the idea of space in the mass fashion. Thanks to the Russian cosmonaut Yuri Gagarin and walk on the Moon American Neil Armstrong, turned out to be the main theme of space not only science fiction, but also fashion magazines. Creating their collections, Pierre Cardin in 1958 began to bring them in metallic elements: shiny rectangular buckle, massive rings on clothing castles. His followers, among whom were Gianni Versace and Paco Rabanne, developed the theme by presenting outfits from the future in the form of silver jumpsuits, leggings tight metallic colors and massive-looking bracelets square-shaped plastic.
In the eighties of the last century "alien futurism" reached its peak: on the catwalks nursed leggy models in silver latex robes and glistening varnish "sleek" hair. In everyday life, ladies and dandies tried to imitate Madonna and Michael Jackson, who also took the idea of space fashion to create their legendary clips.
Despite the fact that the future dreamed designers more than half a century ago, has already come, and space travel have long ceased to be something out of the ordinary, this topic is still popular with fashion designers and their muses. One of the most famous fashion groupies space today is a singer Lady Gaga: her images of female cyborg female robot make you think, and not as if our future will be the year that way in fifty - a hundred?