When Kylie Jenner showed up to her second birthday party (because obviously just one of those isn’t enough) in August, she turned up in a vintage Gucci dress from the label’s Tom Ford era in 2000. If reading the year “2000” in the same sentence as “vintage” makes you feel old, well, that’s just too bad because if it’s over ten years old, it’s vintage (which means that technically, that first season of Keeping Up with the Kardashians qualifies). Of course, the youngest of the Kardashian crew is not by any means the only one to make a statement with. Both Jenner sisters started a line of vintage band tees under the Kendall + Kylie brand (and weathered their fair share of lawsuits with regards to the collection), Kim Kardashian wielded her power to convince Versace to recreate one of her favorite gowns from 1995, and Kourtney Kardashian continues to turn her casual vacation style into a vintage look book year after year. Not even Travis Scott could resist giving his girlfriend a vintage Rolls Royce for her birthday. After all, what is old always becomes new again eventually, and nobody knows how to dust off a little something from the archives better than a Kardashian.