Cast your mind back to the 1990’s; the time of the Nokia phone, text messaging, Sony Playstation, DVDs and Tamagotchi.
Maybe you remember Liz Hurley turning up to the première of Four Weddings and a Funeral in “that” Versace dress.
Or maybe you remember Geri Halliwell of the Spice Girls turning up to the Brit Awards in an upcycled Union Jack-emblazoned tea towel.
It would be hard not to remember the Spice Girls considering they sold over 85 million records worldwide, making them one of the best-selling pop groups of all time. Possibly you even wondered if you were more Baby, Scary, Ginger, Posh or Sporty Spice.
“Girl Power” was the Spice Girl message and the Union Jack dress of Geri Halliwell became on iconic symbol of “girl power”.
Reflecting back on the 90’s and the pop culture and music of that time, Ginger Spice shares the Story Behind Her Iconic Union Jack Dress.
Geri says ““I had no idea the reaction that was going to come.”
Do you have fond memories of the 90’s fashion, music and pop culture?
Were you a Spice Girls “girl power” fan?
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