Many elements of 80s pop culture that thrive today do so by embracing their locked-in-timeness -- cheesy synths still pump up dance floors on 80s nights, and you're still likely to get jumped doing the Safety Dance. Returning with barely touched 80s gear, Members Only.
A massively popular brand in the 80s renowned for their iconic racer jackets, MO disappeared like so much of the decade's fashion, but was recently resurrected before just dropping their first batch o' gear, including an almost-exact re-release of their racer, a pink colorway of which showed up on Burt Reynolds in Cannonball Run II, and directly contributed to his problems with Lonnie Anderson. The classic style remains largely unchanged from its original steez, holding over a water-resistant 65/35 poly-cotton blend, and rocking shoulder epaulets, a snap collar, and knit rib front pocket w/ MO logo; solid colorways include bright green, red, and blue, as well as softer hues like baby blue, olive, and grey, while the one concession to modern style is a slimmer fit than the original, an odd decision if you've seen Burt Reynolds lately. The rest of the line takes newer inspirations, like a quintet of solid-colored hats slapped with the company name, and a soon-to-be launched hoodie & tee line collab with Brit painter Jane Gang, whose renowned watercolors of erotic dancers are transposed onto each item, sure to arouse everyone's member.
For your legs, MO's planning to drop some premium denim mid-summer, and the future also holds a line of shiny, moto-inspired leather jackets and bombers, an 80s look that thrives today, in spite of the fact that its toughness never afforded you much SSSS-AAAA-FFFF-EEEE-TTTT-YYYY.