While we’re back in our loungewear for the foreseeable, we’re holding on to any fashionable happenings we can get. Here’s what to look forward to this year
It’s A Sin/Channel 4
Russell T Davies is paying homage to those lost to the AIDS virus with this new series which follows a range of young characters living together in 80s London. While it’s sure to be an emotional watch, we can expect the best and worst of 80s fashion trends.
Gossip Girl/HBO Max
The first time around, 2000’s Gossip Girl brought Blair Waldorf’s and Serena van der Woodsen’s into our lives, making us fall in love with hairbands and the prettiest bags. Now, the original costume designer Eric Daman is supervising the reboot, so we can’t wait to see the fashion staples involved.
Fate: The Winx Saga/Netflix
Based on the Nickelodeon animated series Winx Club, Netflix’s live-action series follows a girl as she navigates a realm know as the Otherworld. Starring Abigail Cowen (of Chilling Adventures of Sabrina) we’re sure it’s going to be a modern fashionable watch.
RuPauls Drag Race UK/BBCThree
Season two of RuPauls Drag Race UK returns this January with a new set of British Queens, we’re sure to see christmas uniqueness nerve and talent and sickening runway looks!
Nine Perfect Strangers/Hulu
The veterans of Big Little Lies and The Undoing come together again for this limited series, based on a novel by Liane Moriarty. Similar to the novel, the series will focus on several, people who come together for a wellness retreat. If the styling is anything like Big Little Lies and The Undoing we’re sure to see some creative designs on set.
How To Build A Girl/Amazon Prime
Set in 1993, Wolverhampton Beanie Feldstein stars in this irreverent comedy about Johanna – a girl on the cusp of womanhood desperate to reinvent herself as a rock music critic. Based on the bestselling book. Throwing it back to the 90s means we should see some retro trends, leaving those of us who grew up in the decade feeling super nostalgic.