Can we finally put the 80s behind us? The NY Times believes we can, proclaiming the wild and crazy style of the early '90s as the new black. "...1992 marked a stylistic crossroads; within a year, the synchronized dances and whimsical clothing would be bludgeoned into obscurity by the gritty sound and military-style gear of choleric rappers like Wu-Tang Clan, Onyx and Boot Camp Clik," writes Ben Detrik. The story covers the roving 1992 party produced by NYC scenesters Oscar and Vashtie. Read the full story here.