FASHION

Now (Spring 2015) and Then…

It isn’t designer déjà vu—these looks were so nice, they made them twice.


1

Michael Kors was right on trend with this feathered shift dress for Céline Fall 2003. Phoebe Philo‘s Spring 2015 take did not disappoint either.

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2

Funky yellow tops and hot pink bottoms were so cool at Junya Watanabe Fall 2000, he did it again for Spring 2015.

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3

Givenchy is the go-to for black and white stripes—as seen in Julien Macdonald’s Fall 2003 and Riccardo Tisci’s Spring 2015 collections.

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4

Marc Jacobs’s red vinyl mini dress for Louis Vuitton Spring 2006 gets an update—and a bit more fabric—by Nicolas Ghesquière for Spring 2015.

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5

Prada’s Fall 2002 brown leather trench was too good to leave in the past—an updated model appeared in the brand’s Spring 2015 show.

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6

Yoshiyuki Miyame brought back Issey Miyake’s Fall 2004 heavy black shifts and dangling black hats for Spring 2015.

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7

The blue Chloé jumpsuit needn’t be left in Spring 1978 (when Karl Lagerfeld was at the helm of the brand); creative director Clare Waight Keller brought it back for Spring 2015.

Photo by Marineau Guy, courtesy of CNP Montrose; Giovanni Giannoni/WWD