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Spice Girls Best Fashion Moments

5 girls with 5 differents style change the 90s

Spice Girls Best Fashion Moments 5 girls with 5 differents style change the 90s

The Spice Girls are the pop female group who in the 90s changed the history of music and costume and are about to come back.

Rumors talk about it for years, but now finally may be the right time: the Spice Girls could finally come together for a television special, for a new album and, certainly, for a show at the Islington Business Design Center that will house a collection of 350 their original clothes.

It was 1996 when five girls with five different styles, Geri “Ginger” Halliwell, Victoria “Posh” Adams, Emma “Baby” Bunton, Melanie “Scary” Brown e Melanie “Sporty” Chisholm, appeared in the video of Wannabe shaking the music market singing “If you wanna be my lover, you gotta get with my friends. Make it last forever, friendship never ends”.

Their catchy songs, the 'Girl power' philosophy and the highly distinctive and recognizable looks transformed common girls in the English province into overwhelming, irreverent and energy-filled pop icons.

All those who lived through the ‘90s remember the very short dress with the English flag worn by Geri at the Brit Pop Awards 1997 or Posh Spice’s black little dresses, as well as the love of Emma for pastel colors, the one for animal prints of Mel B or Mel C’s adidas track pants paired with crop tops.

They imposed the platform shoes long before the Demna Gvasalia propose them at Balenciaga, featured many cockerel versions, unimaginable clothes, but unique, each perfectly aligned with the age they lived in.

If you have forgotten their outfits, nss retraces the most iconic fashion moments of the Spice Girls.


“Wannabe” music video (July, 1996)


“Say You’ll Be There” music video (September, 1996)


Spice Girls vs sexism (Paris, 1996)


Brit Awards (London, 1997) 


“Spice World”, The movie (1997)


Spice Girls by David LaChapelle (1997)


Spice Girls and the Queen (1997 )


Spice Girls and prince Charles (1997)


Brit Awards (1998)


Olympic closing ceremonies (2012)