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Lys Assia placed 8th in 1957, wearing a simple white gown on stage
Lys Assia placed 8th in 1957, wearing a simple white gown on stage — Unknown
1961 winner Jean-Claude Pascal, from Luxembourg, showcased a sharp look while performing his entry, 'Nous Les Amoureux'.
1961 winner Jean-Claude Pascal, from Luxembourg, showcased a sharp look while performing his entry, 'Nous Les Amoureux'. — Unknown
The 60's were a mix of formal and less formal fashion choices, as you could see in 1969
The 60's were a mix of formal and less formal fashion choices, as you could see in 1969 — Unknown
Fashion styles began to pop in the 1970's, as you can see with ABBA in 1974
Fashion styles began to pop in the 1970's, as you can see with ABBA in 1974 — Unknown
Sandra Kim was the epitome of the mid 80's style. The Belgian took shoulder pads to new heights in 1986.
Sandra Kim was the epitome of the mid 80's style. The Belgian took shoulder pads to new heights in 1986. — EBU
The 00's showed a lot more skin than seen in previous decades such as the costume of Ruslana in 2004
The 00's showed a lot more skin than seen in previous decades such as the costume of Ruslana in 2004 — CFC
The 00's were a melting pot of random styles, including eclectic styles as with the Czech Republic in 2009
The 00's were a melting pot of random styles, including eclectic styles as with the Czech Republic in 2009 — EBU
Talking about iconic fashion looks: Latvia's Pirates Of The Sea took their costume to a new level
Talking about iconic fashion looks: Latvia's Pirates Of The Sea took their costume to a new level — Eurovision.tv
Ireland's Jedward took a futuristic spin on the iconic shoulder pad look in 2011
Ireland's Jedward took a futuristic spin on the iconic shoulder pad look in 2011 — EBU
Azerbaijan's Sabina Babayeva utilised modern technology when wearing a projection dress on the Eurovision stage
Azerbaijan's Sabina Babayeva utilised modern technology when wearing a projection dress on the Eurovision stage — EBU
Elina Nechayeva represented Estonia in 2018 and wore a projection dress which covered the entire floor
Elina Nechayeva represented Estonia in 2018 and wore a projection dress which covered the entire floor — EBU / Thomas Hanses
Austria's Nathan Trent took his shoe game to a new level in 2017
Austria's Nathan Trent took his shoe game to a new level in 2017 — EBU / Thomas Hanses
Poland's Tulia showed that traditional fashion never goes out of style. They wore time-honoured costumes from the Opoczno region of Poland in 2019.
Poland's Tulia showed that traditional fashion never goes out of style. They wore time-honoured costumes from the Opoczno region of Poland in 2019. — EBU / Andres Putting
Lys Assia placed 8th in 1957, wearing a simple white gown on stage
1961 winner Jean-Claude Pascal, from Luxembourg, showcased a sharp look while performing his entry, 'Nous Les Amoureux'.
The 60's were a mix of formal and less formal fashion choices, as you could see in 1969
Fashion styles began to pop in the 1970's, as you can see with ABBA in 1974
Sandra Kim was the epitome of the mid 80's style. The Belgian took shoulder pads to new heights in 1986.
The 00's showed a lot more skin than seen in previous decades such as the costume of Ruslana in 2004
The 00's were a melting pot of random styles, including eclectic styles as with the Czech Republic in 2009
Talking about iconic fashion looks: Latvia's Pirates Of The Sea took their costume to a new level
Ireland's Jedward took a futuristic spin on the iconic shoulder pad look in 2011
Azerbaijan's Sabina Babayeva utilised modern technology when wearing a projection dress on the Eurovision stage
Elina Nechayeva represented Estonia in 2018 and wore a projection dress which covered the entire floor
Austria's Nathan Trent took his shoe game to a new level in 2017
Poland's Tulia showed that traditional fashion never goes out of style. They wore time-honoured costumes from the Opoczno region of Poland in 2019.
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Eurovision fashion through the decades

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Not only do we remember artists from their songs, their fashion choices are also worth remembering. Let's look back on trends and iconic looks from the last 65 years!
Lys Assia placed 8th in 1957, wearing a simple white gown on stage
Lys Assia placed 8th in 1957, wearing a simple white gown on stage — Unknown
1961 winner Jean-Claude Pascal, from Luxembourg, showcased a sharp look while performing his entry, 'Nous Les Amoureux'.
1961 winner Jean-Claude Pascal, from Luxembourg, showcased a sharp look while performing his entry, 'Nous Les Amoureux'. — Unknown
The 60's were a mix of formal and less formal fashion choices, as you could see in 1969
The 60's were a mix of formal and less formal fashion choices, as you could see in 1969 — Unknown
Fashion styles began to pop in the 1970's, as you can see with ABBA in 1974
Fashion styles began to pop in the 1970's, as you can see with ABBA in 1974 — Unknown
Sandra Kim was the epitome of the mid 80's style. The Belgian took shoulder pads to new heights in 1986.
Sandra Kim was the epitome of the mid 80's style. The Belgian took shoulder pads to new heights in 1986. — EBU
The 00's showed a lot more skin than seen in previous decades such as the costume of Ruslana in 2004
The 00's showed a lot more skin than seen in previous decades such as the costume of Ruslana in 2004 — CFC
The 00's were a melting pot of random styles, including eclectic styles as with the Czech Republic in 2009
The 00's were a melting pot of random styles, including eclectic styles as with the Czech Republic in 2009 — EBU
Talking about iconic fashion looks: Latvia's Pirates Of The Sea took their costume to a new level
Talking about iconic fashion looks: Latvia's Pirates Of The Sea took their costume to a new level — Eurovision.tv
Ireland's Jedward took a futuristic spin on the iconic shoulder pad look in 2011
Ireland's Jedward took a futuristic spin on the iconic shoulder pad look in 2011 — EBU
Azerbaijan's Sabina Babayeva utilised modern technology when wearing a projection dress on the Eurovision stage
Azerbaijan's Sabina Babayeva utilised modern technology when wearing a projection dress on the Eurovision stage — EBU
Elina Nechayeva represented Estonia in 2018 and wore a projection dress which covered the entire floor
Elina Nechayeva represented Estonia in 2018 and wore a projection dress which covered the entire floor — EBU / Thomas Hanses
Austria's Nathan Trent took his shoe game to a new level in 2017
Austria's Nathan Trent took his shoe game to a new level in 2017 — EBU / Thomas Hanses
Poland's Tulia showed that traditional fashion never goes out of style. They wore time-honoured costumes from the Opoczno region of Poland in 2019.
Poland's Tulia showed that traditional fashion never goes out of style. They wore time-honoured costumes from the Opoczno region of Poland in 2019. — EBU / Andres Putting
Lys Assia placed 8th in 1957, wearing a simple white gown on stage
1961 winner Jean-Claude Pascal, from Luxembourg, showcased a sharp look while performing his entry, 'Nous Les Amoureux'.
The 60's were a mix of formal and less formal fashion choices, as you could see in 1969
Fashion styles began to pop in the 1970's, as you can see with ABBA in 1974
Sandra Kim was the epitome of the mid 80's style. The Belgian took shoulder pads to new heights in 1986.
The 00's showed a lot more skin than seen in previous decades such as the costume of Ruslana in 2004
The 00's were a melting pot of random styles, including eclectic styles as with the Czech Republic in 2009
Talking about iconic fashion looks: Latvia's Pirates Of The Sea took their costume to a new level
Ireland's Jedward took a futuristic spin on the iconic shoulder pad look in 2011
Azerbaijan's Sabina Babayeva utilised modern technology when wearing a projection dress on the Eurovision stage
Elina Nechayeva represented Estonia in 2018 and wore a projection dress which covered the entire floor
Austria's Nathan Trent took his shoe game to a new level in 2017
Poland's Tulia showed that traditional fashion never goes out of style. They wore time-honoured costumes from the Opoczno region of Poland in 2019.