Where: Unknown
Notable Styles: All plaid everything; Dyed hair; Skullies

Rocking oversize lumberjack shirts, baggy pants and skullies, the Beasties set the blueprint for protypical skater fashion in the '90s. But the style also took hold with grunge-heads and alt-rockers, demographics that the Beasties were tapping into musically with the live instrumentation and distorted rock sounds of Check Your Head and its 1994 follow-up, Ill Communication.

"They set a tone in music and the looks," Powell says. "It was a cousin of the grunge look up the coast in Seattle: plaid shirts, chinos, Converse."