14 September 2013 by

Jourdan Dunn, Rihanna And Jessica Alba Channel The 90s Trend On The FROW

Stars from A-list actresses to catwalk models have been channeling the 90s trend since it was championed on runway last season at the likes of Rodarte and Unique. If there was any doubt as to whether cropped tops, distressed denim and dungarees were here to stay, FROWers at New York and London Fashion Weeks, as well as designers from DKNY to Alexander Wang have well and truly put it to rest with their nods to all things 90s.

Jourdan Dunn, Rihanna and Rita Ora were all spotted in an abundance of retro pieces and even three year old Aila Wang - who was born a two decades after the 90 - was the first to wear her uncle Alexander Wang's 'Parental Advisory' slogan, soon after spotted on Rihanna. The New York Fashion Week catwalks also boasted an array of faux-flannel plaids, overalls and logo-gear. Like we said, 90s fashion isn't going anywhere.

Haven't made your foray into 90s territory yet? Better late than never! Just dig deep into the back of your closet and revel in what you find there because the 90s just called, and they aren't getting their trends back. (Unless they’re calling about acid wash jeans. Then we’ll take a message.) Or if you weren't an avid Air Jordans and bomber jacket collector the first time round, simply shop the trend below, including some of our fave 90s inspired pieces from the high street. There's no guarantee that you won't look like an extra from Saved By The Bell though.

Shop the 90s look below:

Medium Wash High-Waist Jean £75 at American Apparel

Light Acid Wash Colour Block Denim Dungarees £50 at River Island

Versus Printed silk bomber jacket £570 at Net A Porter

Oversize T Shirt by Illustrated People £45 at Topshop

Keller Swing Crepe Top £400 at Matches

Colour Block School Bag £44 at American Apparel

Air Jordans £85 at JD Sports

For more of a 90s fix, check out our top 50 Fresh Prince of Bel Air inspired pieces.


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