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It’s hard to believe on this exact date in 1990, the first ever episode of Twin Peaks aired. Twenty-four years later we’re still obsessed with the campy David Lynch-directed TV series, so we decided to create a much-needed tribute to Agent Cooper, Donna Hayward, Audrey Horne and the whole fictional Washington town gang. (Psst: Play this while you scroll through some of our favorite on-screen moments for the full Twin Peaks effect.)
Happy birthday, Winona Ryder! To celebrate one of the coolest chicks ever, we rounded up her most iconic ’90s-era movie roles to serve as some serious throwback style inspiration. (Bonus: Some of these ensembles double as killer Halloween costumes.) Join us in wishing the greatest a very happy birthday!
True fact: We never met a color we didn’t like. But, even we have to admit, there’s something special about these baby blues. No matter if we’re slouching around in a pair of boyfriends or getting some extra help slithering into those vintage Jordaches a lá Dazed and Confused, we will forever dig our dungarees.
Ornate epaulettes, marble mansions, and a towering population of perfect women running the show—the early 90s fashion scene was the best kind of surreal SciFi we can think of. And while Cindy, Naomi, Christy, Claudia and Linda’s personality-packed runway performances could certainly hold their own, the awesomely wild clothes of this era also did plenty of talking. Here, we look to the greats for a little outfit—and attitude—inspiration for Nasty Gal’s recent major vintage drop.
If there is one thing we’ve learned from gossip magazines, it’s that celebrities are all exactly like us. Case in point: They (well, some) went to prom, too. And no matter how cool and/or successful they are now, their photos are just as awkward as everyone else’s. And because we live for sh*t like this—we dug up come of the best from the deepest, darkest corners of the internet.
This ’07 Vogue UK editorial featuring Gemma Ward backpacking through India in clashing prints, layered
Back in 1989, hair was higher than ever, hip hop was taking over the scene, and supermodels ruled the world. MTV hired