The 1980s did winter coats better than anyone else

MASHABLE | on Wed, Jan 3, 8:09 PM

Image: michael putland/Getty Images Step onto any train during a New York winter and you're likely to see a frozen mass of sad humans, silent as they're consumed by their ravenous, head-to-toe black puffers.  It wasn't always this way. Back in the '80s, people were miserable and fashionable. Teenagers as well as their rad moms weren't scared of using color or trashy animal prints. In the Reagan era, you could still somehow see glimpses of real human bodies behind layers of coat and fabric. Th...

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