Clothes have changed, but they haven't changed so much really. Trends come and go, what's considered good taste or socially acceptable changes, and maybe some of the technical aspects are really different (high tech or sustainable fabrics, for example).
1930s Futuristic Fashion Predictions
Somehow I can't believe how we failed to miss the opportunity to dress in utilitarian jumpsuits with gadget belts though. Or togas. How are you supposed to know it's the future if there aren't shorty short togas? Or bubble helmets?
1960s Futurist Fashion from Courreges, Cardin, Paco Rabanne etc
They tried to show us the way in the 60s. To put us on the path to silver jumpsuits, to aluminium chainmail and goggles as daywear, but somehow we never kept the momentum going. Sad really, 'cause I could use a gadget belt every now and then.
We probably should have listened to Sylvia Anderson...
Sylvia Anderson interviewed on UK tv show "Tomorrow Today", 1970.