We've barely scratched the surface of the 21st century, fashion-wise - but what have we been wearing post-2000 so far?
Journal - History of Leather
If you had to sum up the goth look in one phrase, it would surely have to be "Addams Family meets David Bowie".
By the mid 1980s, the gloomy youth were ready to step forward and establish their own subculture - the grunge movement.
If glam rock was a bright-eyed, precocious teenager, then punk was a brooding, sullen adolescent.
Perhaps the king of cool you might have thought of in the earlier piece, who could forget Steve McQueen?
In 1960 the leather jacket finally jumped the gap between the sexes, thanks to the vision of designer Yves Saint Laurent.