The ’90s are back with a stylish bang.
But don’t trade your phone in for a pager just yet; simply add some Reebok Classics to your autumn shopping list for an old-school vibe...
Calvin Klein stamped his influence on popular culture in 1992 with the now infamous underwear print adverts featuring the six-packed Mark 'Marky Mark' Wahlberg and Kate Moss.
There's no more iconic haircut from the '90s than curtains. the floppy, center-parted mop was worn by the likes of Leonardo DiCaprio, Keanu Reeves and even Britain's very own style luminary David Beckham.
The birth of Britpop in 1994 saw another reimagining of the tracksuit. A central player in the '80s casual scene, brands like Sergio Tacchini, Kappa and Fila resurfaced in a less confrontational but equally fashionable manner.
In 1958, acclaimed sci-fi writer and 2001: A Space Odyssey creator Arthur C Clarke predicted in an essay that the future would hold a “personal transceiver so small and compact that every man carries one” and that “the time will come when we will be able to call a person anywhere on Earth merely by dialing a number”. Freaky, brah.
What started as an east coast hip-hop staple end up on the backs of East 17. This superhero of winter coat's mega warming powers make the great indoors its only kryptonite.