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Here's What Oprah Thought We'd Be Wearing In The Year 2000

Spoiler alert: outfits made out of straw.

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The year was 1994.

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And Oprah Winfrey was curious about the future.

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Specifically, what we'd be wearing...

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Yes, here's what Oprah – and some of the world's top designers – predicted would be fashionable in 2000:

Donna Karan's Glow-in-the-Dark Coat, Featuring Reflective Pieces of Glass and Matching Shoes!

Wearability Today: Dated, but wearable.
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Wearability Today: Dated, but wearable.

Jil Sander's Ensemble for Every Season in "The Fabric of the Future," Parachute Material

Wearability Today: Totally wearable!
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Wearability Today: Totally wearable!

Issey Miyake's Oz-Inspired Outfit Made Entirely of Straw

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Wearability Today: For the girl who wants to look like a Muppet...

Yohji Yamamoto's Air-Pollution-Filtering Coat

Wearability Today: Could function as a sleeping bag.
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Wearability Today: Could function as a sleeping bag.

With Matching Catsuit

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Wearability Today: Last-minute Catwoman Halloween costume.

Gianfranco Ferré's Lace Evening Look

Wearability Today: Largely unwearable.
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Wearability Today: Largely unwearable.

Karl Lagerfeld for Chanel's Recycled Rubber Cocktail Dress

Wearability Today: What even is this?
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Wearability Today: What even is this?

Watch the full, bizarre (but amazing) segment here.

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