Alicia Silverstone reinforces the nostalgic trend with Rodarte

There is no doubt that ‘Out of Wave’ has marked a before and after in fashion. To begin with, because the styling of its protagonists has been reviewed time and again by the big brands, with celebrities such as Irina Shayk ready to pay tribute to their looks (with Vivienne Westwood, in her case) on the asphalt. To continue, because its protagonist had the first virtual wardrobe in cinema and possibly on the planet, so the film was truly visionary. This season, the aesthetic of the film is still present, and the one who Alicia silverstone go back to fashion in style only reinforces the importance of the feature film. But wait … “Why do we say that Silverstone returns to the world of trends?”, You ask. Because the actress is the new muse of Roll you, as it has been chosen by the Mulleavy sisters to show the brand’s novelties together with the model Heather Kemesky. “We met when Laura contacted me to show me more of the collection, because she had the idea of ​​including me in it. It has been a lot of fun collaborating on these photos with such creative women, ”Silverstone told ‘Vogue’.

Alicia Silverstone. (Courtesy of Rodarte)

For the actress, the important thing is not only the aesthetics of the brand, but above all that its philosophy fits with its sustainability demands. Of course, the clothes that the actress wears are vegan and she has been able to speak with the creative directors of the brand about ecodesign. “It has been a lot of fun dressing and sprucing him up in these looks created by Laura and Kate Mulleavy for the new Rodarte collection. These women are sensational! The pink dress has the spirit of Cher (her character in ‘Out of the Wave’), but it reminds me of my mother. It could have come out of your closet. I have dresses from her that look like this. My mother is so glamorous… ”, he explains on his social networks.

Alicia Silverstone. (Courtesy of Rodarte)

The nineties continue to invade our closets, making nostalgia the best medicine to face difficult times. Buying clothes associated with that decade brings the tranquility that comes from an era in which concerns were diluted (things of the age, you know …), and therefore it is not surprising that millennials embrace this aesthetic in a nostalgic gesture while Gen Z does it from the Y2K perspective. The return of ‘Friends’ has also made the nineties fashion prevail when it comes to buying, as we have already talked about the character played by Jennifer Aniston On the show, Rachel Green continues to be the most searched on the internet for styling inspiration. Although since 2016 the 90’s trend has been gaining positions, it is undeniable that today the ‘nineties’ fashion trend is the queen of the catwalks. “The term emerged to describe negative symptoms associated with homelessness, but it is associated with positive feelings or looking longingly at happy times in the past. It is difficult to study nostalgia from a scientific prism, because it is difficult to induce or manipulate those sensations in the laboratory ”, Holly Bowen, professor of psychology at Southern Methodist University, points out to ‘Luisviaroma’.

Alicia Silverstone. (Courtesy of Rodarte)

“I suspect nostalgia trends are driven by age groups, so those who were teens or young adults during the 90s and 2000s are the ones who crave this trend. In the end, each generation will worry less about these things and will tend to seek their own style as they grow up, then a new generation will arrive to restart the cycle ”, he explains.

Apparently, it is possible that in 20 years it will be Alicia Silverstone’s daughter who, when wearing a pink Rodarte dress, points out how much it reminds her of a pink dress that her mother previously wore, who in turn thought that the design In question, he was referring to one of his wardrobe that at the same time could have been part of the wardrobe of ‘Out of Wave’. The conclusions, therefore, are two. The first, that nostalgia always returns. The second, that ‘Out of the Wave’ may not be included in the cinema history books, but it will be included in the fashionable ones.