The Resurgence of Y2K Fashion: The 2000s Fashion Are Back in Style, Here’s How and Why

Photo: 2000s Fashion/Britney Spears and Justin Timberlake

Fashion is cyclical, it’s a fact. There are hardly ever completely brand-new trends that surface in this exclusive world of high-powered designers. So it’s no surprise that with the dawn of a new decade, fashion trends from previous years have come back into vogue. Though we spent years ridiculing the dress-over-jeans look that frequented the red carpet during the 2000s, these early years are making a big comeback. However, as the years progress, so does our society and the ways in which trends spread.

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Celebrities: The Trendsetters of the 2000s

For starters, many popular fashion trends in the 2000s were proliferated by

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With The Red Carpet on Pause, TV Is The Destination For Fashion Inspiration

In before-times, we’d be glued to our multiple screens right about now, taking in all the award season fashion inspiration. Then we’d imagine ways to wear our own versions of the looks to, say, lively restaurants, crowded bars, or open-space office plans. But with a dearth of IRL celebrity red carpet moments in the last year as a result of the pandemic, it is the shows on the small screen that have been providing us with much-needed style inspo. While we may be confined to a stay-home life, we’ve vicariously toured the City of Lights while teetering around in impossibly high heels with Emily in Paris, experienced light-headedness, thanks to corsets and Regé-Jean Page in Bridgerton’s steamy Regency-era London, and wandered Manhattan’s Upper East Side while bundled in a series of can’t-miss coats in The Undoing.

Of course, this isn’t a new phenomenon. People have long been influenced

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Honey Dijon Puts a Disco-Ready Twist on Bottega Veneta

If there’s one thing Honey Dijon knows, it’s how to hit the club in style. The legendary DJ has spent decades at the heart of where fashion meets music, from her early years in the underground Chicago house scene to her most recent role as music director for Kim Jones’s collections at Dior Men. (If that wasn’t enough, in 2019 she launched her own fashion line with Dover Street Market, aptly titled Honey Fucking Dijon.)

So it came as little surprise to see Dijon arrive at the latest of Bottega Veneta’s series of under-the-radar “salon” shows, which have consistently brought out the cream of the international music scene; other attendees at yesterday’s presentation in Berlin included Virgil Abloh, Burna Boy, Skepta, and Slowthai. The Italian fashion house caused a stir at the beginning of the year after creative director Daniel Lee chose to remove the brand from Instagram

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How The Star Became An Unexpected Fashion Icon In 2021

Actress Megan Fox is seen on April 01, 2021 in Los Angeles, California. (Photo by John Sciulli/WireImage)

Megan Fox has never struggled to look good, having topped countless Most Beautiful lists for more than a decade. With her long dark locks, striking features and penchant for a red lip, the actress has provided ample beauty inspiration over the years – but now it seems Fox is set to serve as muse for your wardrobe, too.

The star has been spotted in a raft of the most covetable designer wares in recent months, leading many to wonder when this elevated sense of style developed. By all accounts, it began earlier this year, when Fox – fresh off an escalation in media attention thanks to her relationship with Machine Gun Kelly – engaged one of fashion’s most notable names, Maeve Reilly.

As a top-tier celebrity stylist, Reilly regular works with

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