In this day and age, celebrities are not only creating new fashion trends we want to follow, they’re also reminiscing to past decades—specifically, the ’90s. This year, celebrities from Madison Beer to Kaia Gerber have proven that throwing it back to the ’90s is neither dated nor misguided. After all, being edgy, comfortable and cozy defined one of the trendiest eras thus far.
Tracksuits, oversized sweaters and Doc Martens are only a few ’90s trends that circulated throughout 2018. Some of these stars lived through the ’90s, while others were born after the fashion era ended. Still, the nostalgia of latex jumpsuits, mom jeans and wide-leg bottoms aren’t lost on them. Ahead, 13 celebs who made ’90s fashion modern.
Rihanna wore a snakeskin-printed ensemble to the Fenty Beauty anniversary event in Sydney, Australia, this October. The singer accessorized her outfit with a matching bucket hat that became popular in the '90s, thanks to rappers like Jay-Z and Diddy.
Kylie Jenner sported a bright yellow tracksuit while attending Louis Vuitton's Menswear Show at Paris Fashion Week this year. The brazen ensemble is synonymous with the neon windbreaker movement that inspired the current athleisure trend.
Selena Gomez proved to us high socks are still alive and well when she paired her loose Coach sweater with some white tennis shoes and classic denim shorts, clearly giving us '90s nostalgia.
Zendaya tapped into the decade with a layered plain white tee under a chiffon dress with a fanny pack from her clothing line with BooHoo in April.
Kendall Jenner stepped out at NYFW in February in a deconstructed Danielle Cathari x Adidas tracksuit. Though tracksuits were designed for people with more active lifestyles, many '90s artists wore the item in music videos and performances during that time.
Maia Mitchell posted this picture of herself serving major Friends vibes with transparent yellow-tinted sunnies and oversized beige bottoms. She finished off the look with a thin-strapped cami under a padded blazer.
Gigi Hadid wore a nostalgic black turtleneck sweater with cropped denim pants and a pair of chunky sneakers at Milan Fashion Week SS '19. All aspects of this outfit scream the '90s down to her mini frames.
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Lily Aldridge mimicked a '90s-inspired fit when she wore a white turtleneck with an oversize denim jacket in an ad for Levi's this August. This denim-on-denim ensemble definitely resembled the day-to-day wear from the '90s.
Madison Beer rocked a pair of wide-leg plaid pants with a black crop top and classic Doc Martens outside Jimmy Kimmel Live! in Los Angeles. This '90s revival is apparent with her heavy yellow-lined boots and oversize bottoms—not to mention her mini backpack.
Ariana Grande stepped out in Manhattan with an oversized windbreaker and knee-high boots. Windbreakers are definitely making a comeback since the Fresh Prince of Bel-Air days.
Sofia Richie gave us major Spice Girls vibes at a photo shoot this year, where she wore a latex jumpsuit. Though the material wasn't usually used for jumpsuits, latex was often incorporated in tube tops, skirts and knee-high boots in the '90s.
Kaia Gerber wore an oversized tee tucked into a pair of mom jeans, clearly reminiscent of the '90s. To top it off, the young model successfully finished off the look with a pair of Doc Martens.
Bella Hadid stepped out in Paris this September with every intention of proving the '90s are not dead. The high-rise, boot-cut jeans, loose cardigan and clunky boots pay homage to the decade in the best way possible.
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