Whatever! ’90s classic Clueless is getting a remake

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These ’90s X-Men Statues Are Just X-Cellent

It’s been scientifically proven that X-Men: The Animated Series is the best treatment The Uncanny X-Men have been given outside of comics, so it’s only fitting that their fluorescent 1990s appearances be immortalized as beautiful collectible figurines by Japanese company Kotobukiya.

We were more excited than a long-tailed cat in a room full of rocking chairs to get up close and personal with these at New York Comic-Con this week. It was a collectible Jubilee! Literally, figuratively, and figurally.

While the awesome Sentinel diorama is sadly only for display, these 1:10th scale figures are readily available as two-packs. Hopefully, Kotobukiya keeps this series going, we’d love an Archangel, Mr. Sinister, Apocalypse, or heck, even Morph.

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Bella Hadid Updates a Fall Sweater Trend From the ’90s Hit Jawbreaker

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Low-Rise ’90s Jeans Are Back–Shop These 11 Pairs

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Kate Hudson Channels Leonardo DiCaprio’s ’90s Spiky Hair–and It’s Hilarious

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SNL Host Chance the Rapper Parodies ’90s R&B Group in Barack Obama Tribute Video

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The OG ’90s Supermodels Just Had An Epic Reunion On The Versace Runway

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Gene Michael, the man who built the Yankees dynasty, dead at 79

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In the ’90s, We Had ‘Friends.’ Now They Call It Co-Living.

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Fila and Barneys Just Gave Some ’90s Classics a Serious Upgrade

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This ’90s Star Just Got Married And The Photo Is So ‘Sweet’

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Stephen Colbert Likens Donald Trump’s Administration To This Classic ’90s Mob Movie

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David Beckham Looks Back on One of His Worst ’90s Outfits

It wasn’t always this glamorous.

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To Prove A Point, This Woman Wore Her ’90s Bridesmaid Dress Everywhere

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Calvin Klein Just Released Never-Before-Seen ’90s Footage of Kate Moss

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You Can Now Download And Use The Fonts Of Your Favorite ’90s TV Shows

If you’ve longed to write “Are You Afraid of the Dark?” fan fiction in the exact font the iconic ‘90s horror anthology used for its logo ― well, dedicated SNICK follower, your time has come.

Thanks to this website, you can write all the teenage campfire drama you want, in the Benguiat Bold typeface you’ve come to love. In fact, you can even read a bit about the font’s origins, and other typefaces destined for ‘90s TV show stardom, thanks to typography expert Alexander Tochilovsky, the design curator of the Herb Lubalin Study Center of Design and Typography in New York City.

“The ‘Are You Afraid of the Dark?’ logo is an interesting one,” he explains on the site. “While it’s seemingly very simple with the oval and a clip art like hand, the decision to use this particular typeface is slightly more sophisticated. Conceptually, though, it fits the show perfectly and has the right feel for the intended audience ― especially with the ‘glow in the dark’ vibe it carries.”

Not interested in Tochilovsky’s breakdown of “AYAOTD?” font? (For shame.) How about his take on the “Frasier” typeface? Or “Rugrats”? Or “Fresh Prince”? Or “Twin Peaks”? 

The list goes on. Tochilovsky’s got a whole host of downloadable fonts on the site, courtesy of interactive content creation platform Ceros, along with blurbs that let you know that Gabriel Weiss’ “Friends” font is hand-drawn, and that the “Law and Order” typeface is called Friz Quadrata Std Roman, while the “90210” font is Newhouse DT SuperCondensed Bold. 

Typography devotees, go ahead and enjoy a little bit of nostalgia with your dose of design.

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Bella Thorne’s Crop Top Is Only $18–and so Totally ’90s

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This Iconic ’90s Sandal Is Back–and Has Kristin Cavallari Circa Laguna Beach Written All Over It

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Melissa Joan Hart And Ryan Reynolds Were *This* Close To Dating In The ’90s

Long before he was Deadpool or the proud Mr. Blake LivelyRyan Reynolds was a young actor cast as the bad boy love interest of Melissa Joan Hart in the 1996 TV movie “Sabrina The Teenage Witch.” 

Here he is tossing a volleyball to Sabrina while rocking some very ‘90s, very bouncy surfer hair:

Though their characters don’t end up together in the movie, there was apparently some real-life magic happening between Hart and Reynolds on set. 

“We were smitten and cute,” the 40-year-old actress said on Australia’s “Studio 10 talk show last week. “He was adorable. He was a really nice guy.”

The teenage romance wasn’t meant to be, though. 

“I had a boyfriend at the time,” she explained. “[He] probably would have been a great boyfriend. And I didn’t end up with the other guy, so maybe I should have taken a chance!”

“He wasn’t like, the Ryan Reynolds everybody knows these days,” she said. “You can see in the clip the crazy hair. He was sweet — he was very sweet.” 

Hart’s recent admission about Reynolds sounds a lot more tame than what she described to E! host Guiliana Rancic in 2014.

As the ‘90s TV queen told it then, the two shared a little makeout sesh after Reynolds bought her a Bulova watch on their last day of shooting.

“I chased him down, got in front of his car and just kissed him and then made out with him all night,” she said. “Then I had to call my boyfriend the next day and explain it.”

Then what happened? Clarissa, explain it all

“[Ryan] came to New York to visit me,” she said.“But I think he wanted something more but I decided I was going to stick with my boyfriend.”

Oh. Well, that was anticlimactic.  

Though Reynolds hasn’t commented on the on-set romance, his wife Blake Lively is apparently aware of the kiss. 

“She did know, actually,” Hart told People magazine when asked about it last year. “She reached out to me via email to help her with a birthday present for Ryan!”

Hm, maybe a Bulova watch?

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James Franco, Seth Rogen Developing ’90s Teen Drama at Hulu From Writer Kelly Oxford (EXCLUSIVE)

James Franco and Seth Rogen are teaming up — this time, behind the camera. The duo is developing a ’90s teen drama with author and social media personality Kelly Oxford, who is writing the script, Variety has learned exclusively. Franco and Rogen will serve as executive producers on the project that is in early development, along… Read more »

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Your Favorite ’90s Hair Accessory Just Made a Stylish Comeback

At the No. 21 show during Milan Fashion Week, hairstylist Anthony Turner decorated the hair with a classic ’90s hair accessory—the bendy clip.
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Who Wore It Better: Celebrity Moms in the ’90s or Their Daughters Today

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Family’s Rapping Xmas Card Takes Hint From ’90s Sitcoms

Family togetherness doesn’t have to get a bad rap.

Sometimes it gets a good one, like this hip-hop Christmas video created by the Lacking family in Los Angeles.

For the last three years, the family has sent out a Christmas video featuring each family member discussing what happened to them during the previous 12 months in back-and-forth, lightning-quick fashion.

The raps are written by Dion Lacking, who writes hip-hop jingles for various businesses.

This year’s video builds on the previous ones by taking a cue from ‘90s-era sitcoms like “Full House” and “Family Matters.”

In true sitcom fashion, the family argues and fights over who is the family’s real star only to realize they all matter in the Lacking universe.

“I wanted to show that we can have problems and come right back and love each other,” Lacking told HuffPost.

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Tommy Hilfiger Is Going Back to the ’90s for Its Latest Collection

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These Photos Prove Just How Awesome the ’90s Were for Claire Danes

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The Mickey Mouse Club or Seventh Heaven? Justin Timberlake Reveals Which ’90s Show Is More “Important”

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Welcome To The World’s Only ’90s Nostalgia Retreat Complex

Are you tired of the world we currently live in? Wanna get back to a simpler time, when things made sense? Maybe … the ’90s?!

Introducing the new ’90s Nostalgia Retreat!

From the trends to the celebs to the day Kurt Cobain died, at the ’90s Nostalgia Retreat, you can experience everything that made the 1990s the best decade that has ever existed.*

*Except for swing dancing. That was terrible. We all know it. Someone was asleep at the wheel for that one.

 

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Classic ’90s Cartoons Get Remixed With This Hilarious Hashtag

Nickelodeon is bringing back several popular ’90s cartoon TV shows in a new programming block titled, “The Splat“ and everyone is rejoicing. It will feature 14 shows and is set to premiere on Oct. 5, from 10 p.m.- 6 a.m. Comedians , and  appeared on Tuesday’s episode of late night comedy show, “@midnight with Chris Hardwick” to celebrate the return of ’90s nostalgia to TV.

During the “Hashtag Wars” skit, with the theme #HipHopCartoons, the comedians fused the titles of classic TV cartoons with the names of famous rappers, hip-hop albums and lyrics. Check out the hilarious results below.

But the remixes didn’t stop there.

The Internet jumped in the on the fun, too, and #HipHopCartoons began trending on Twitter. Scroll down below to find out what happened when the titles of throwback cartoons got a hip-hop twist. 

 

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Cindy Crawford Reunites With ’90s Supermodels for an Epic Photo Shoot

Before the Insta-models of today (Kendall, Gigi, Karlie), there were the ’90s supermodels (Cindy, Naomi, Christy). Like the Insta-models, beyond being impossibly beautiful and incredibly photogenic, the ’90s supers all seemed like really great friends, making them even more fascinating. They walked in runway shows hand-in-hand, attended parties together, and even went into business together (anyone remember when Naomi Campbell, Elle Macpherson, Claudia Schiffer, and Christy Turlington opened the Fashion Cafe in NYC?). Turns out, they still get along 30 years later.

Crawford, Eva Herzigova, Karen Alexander, Nadja Auermann, Helena Christensen, and Tatjana Patitz have come together for “The Reunion,” a shoot and video by iconic ’90s shutterbug Peter Lindbergh. The shoot, on Nowness, went completely retro, with a team straight out of the ’90s image-makers, including stylist Carlyne Cerf de Dudzeele; hairstylist Oribe; and makeup artist Fulvia Farolfi.


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14 Amazing Vintage Photos of Cindy Crawford, Kate Moss, and More ’90s Supermodels

Seeing Cindy Crawford, Helena Christensen, and other ’90s supermodels reunite for a pretty epic photo shoot yesterday got us feeling a bit nostalgic for the days when Naomi Campbell, Kate Moss, Linda Evangelista, and Christy Turlington sashayed down the runways, wore the most amazing clothes, and basically made life look like the ultimate party. They were the OG Girl Squad!

Today’s top models, such as Kendall Jenner, Cara Delevingne, Karlie Kloss, and Gigi Hadid are carrying on the torch of the model sisterhood (with a much appreciated dose of Taylor Swift!)—and the best part is: We all get to watch it happen on Instagram.

But since Instagram wasn’t around in the ’90s (can you imagine?!), here are 14 vintage photos of your favorite ’90s fashion plates that’ll have you wanting to tap “like” over and over again:

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Naomi Campbell and Cindy Crawford hamming it up for the camera at a party in 1990.

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Kate Moss caught mid-giggle at a party in 1990.

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Naomi Campbell, Karl Lagerfeld, and Christy Turlington pose backstage at the Chanel show in 1991.

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Kate Moss and Naomi Campbell channel Clueless style at London Fashion Week in 1991.

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Cindy Crawford interviews Claudia Schiffer backstage at the Versace show to MTV’s House of Style in 1991.

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From left: Claudia Schiffer, Karen Mulder, Linda Evangelista, and Yasmeen Ghauri pose with Valentino at the designer’s show in 1991.

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Backstage at Versace with Gianni Versace in 1991. From left: Shalom Harlow, Linda Evangelista, Naomi Campbell, Carla Bruni, Veronica Webb, Karen Mulder, Stephanie Seymour, and Christy Turlington.

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Christy Turlington on the Chanel runway in 1993.

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Cindy Crawford, Helena Christensen, and Claudia Schiffer on the Chanel runway with Karl Lagerfeld in 1993.

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Linda Evangelista and Cindy Crawford put on their skating costumes in New York City in 1994 at a benefit for pediatric AIDS.

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Karen Mulder, Cindy Crawford, and Eva Herzigova on the Herve Leger runway in 1995.

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Christy Turlington, Naomi Campbell, and Kate Moss dressed up in NYC in 1995.

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Naomi Campbell, Claudia Schiffer, Christy Turlington, and Elle Macpherson at the opening of the Fashion Cafe in NYC in 1995.

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From left: Daniela Pestova, Tyra Banks, Stephanie Seymour, and Karen Mulder celebrate becoming Victoria’s Secret Angels at a VS party in 1997.

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You Know That Waxy Turquoise And Purple Cup That’s So ’90s? Meet Its Genius Designer

You may not know its name, but we know you’ve seen the classic squiggly design that’s most recognizable from paper cups.

Yeah, you know what we’re talking about — that purple and turquoise pattern that hits you with giant pangs of nostalgia. The “Jazz” design began showing up on paper cups about 23 years ago. Recently, an AMA request came in from a Reddit user who wanted to know who the designer was. That pushed reporter Thomas Gounley of Missouri’s Springfield News-Leader to do some digging.

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The iconic design.

After much investigation, Gounley was successful and last week he discovered that 50-year-old Gina Ekiss, who lives in Aurora, Mississippi, is the iconic design’s creator, according to his piece in the News-Leader. Ekiss, who’s now a custom frame shop manager at a Hobby Lobby, was met with Internet acclaim as the discovery spread across social media outlets.

“I’m just still pretty stunned about the whole deal,” Ekiss told ABC News in reaction to her Internet stardom. “I’m thrilled that it’s still popular.”

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The path to finding Ekiss wasn’t an easy one. The reporter only knew the designer’s first name as well as the fact that she had worked for the Sweetheart Cup Company, which was later bought by Solo Cup Company. He eventually found a tweet from a person claiming to be the creator’s daughter, according to his article. After looking through public records and coming across Ekiss’ name and address, Gounley drove to her house and confirmed his suspicions.

Turns out, Ekiss had created Jazz as part of an internal cup design contest at the Sweetheart Cup Company in 1989, after outside design firms had came up with unsatisfying results. Ekiss said that Jazz was among three or four different designs she had submitted, and its colors are just ones she felt meshed well.

“I just did turquoise, or teal, because that’s one of my favorite colors,” she told ABC News. “I wanted another overlapping color that would work well together. I just liked the purple with it and everybody seemed pleased with that.”

The 50-year-old still keeps a few products with the Jazz design in her house, and says it’s “insane” that her artwork has become such a memorable part of ’90s culture.

Phew! We can all breathe easy now that this pressing mystery’s finally been solved.

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You Know That Waxy Turquoise And Purple Cup That’s So ’90s? Meet Its Genius Designer

You may not know its name, but we know you’ve seen the classic squiggly design that’s most recognizable from paper cups.

Yeah, you know what we’re talking about — that purple and turquoise pattern that hits you with giant pangs of nostalgia. The “Jazz” design began showing up on paper cups about 23 years ago. Recently, an AMA request came in from a Reddit user who wanted to know who the designer was. That pushed reporter Thomas Gounley of Missouri’s Springfield News-Leader to do some digging.

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The iconic design.

After much investigation, Gounley was successful and last week he discovered that 50-year-old Gina Ekiss, who lives in Aurora, Mississippi, is the iconic design’s creator, according to his piece in the News-Leader. Ekiss, who’s now a custom frame shop manager at a Hobby Lobby, was met with Internet acclaim as the discovery spread across social media outlets.

“I’m just still pretty stunned about the whole deal,” Ekiss told ABC News in reaction to her Internet stardom. “I’m thrilled that it’s still popular.”

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The path to finding Ekiss wasn’t an easy one. The reporter only knew the designer’s first name as well as the fact that she had worked for the Sweetheart Cup Company, which was later bought by Solo Cup Company. He eventually found a tweet from a person claiming to be the creator’s daughter, according to his article. After looking through public records and coming across Ekiss’ name and address, Gounley drove to her house and confirmed his suspicions.

Turns out, Ekiss had created Jazz as part of an internal cup design contest at the Sweetheart Cup Company in 1989, after outside design firms had came up with unsatisfying results. Ekiss said that Jazz was among three or four different designs she had submitted, and its colors are just ones she felt meshed well.

“I just did turquoise, or teal, because that’s one of my favorite colors,” she told ABC News. “I wanted another overlapping color that would work well together. I just liked the purple with it and everybody seemed pleased with that.”

The 50-year-old still keeps a few products with the Jazz design in her house, and says it’s “insane” that her artwork has become such a memorable part of ’90s culture.

Phew! We can all breathe easy now that this pressing mystery’s finally been solved.

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You Know That Waxy Turquoise And Purple Cup That’s So ’90s? Meet Its Genius Designer

You may not know its name, but we know you’ve seen the classic squiggly design that’s most recognizable from paper cups.

Yeah, you know what we’re talking about — that purple and turquoise pattern that hits you with giant pangs of nostalgia. The “Jazz” design began showing up on paper cups about 23 years ago. Recently, an AMA request came in from a Reddit user who wanted to know who the designer was. That pushed reporter Thomas Gounley of Missouri’s Springfield News-Leader to do some digging.

cup
The iconic design.

After much investigation, Gounley was successful and last week he discovered that 50-year-old Gina Ekiss, who lives in Aurora, Mississippi, is the iconic design’s creator, according to his piece in the News-Leader. Ekiss, who’s now a custom frame shop manager at a Hobby Lobby, was met with Internet acclaim as the discovery spread across social media outlets.

“I’m just still pretty stunned about the whole deal,” Ekiss told ABC News in reaction to her Internet stardom. “I’m thrilled that it’s still popular.”

http://solojazz.tumblr.com/post/121874087614/meet-gina-the-designer-of-the-solo-jazz-cup

The path to finding Ekiss wasn’t an easy one. The reporter only knew the designer’s first name as well as the fact that she had worked for the Sweetheart Cup Company, which was later bought by Solo Cup Company. He eventually found a tweet from a person claiming to be the creator’s daughter, according to his article. After looking through public records and coming across Ekiss’ name and address, Gounley drove to her house and confirmed his suspicions.

Turns out, Ekiss had created Jazz as part of an internal cup design contest at the Sweetheart Cup Company in 1989, after outside design firms had came up with unsatisfying results. Ekiss said that Jazz was among three or four different designs she had submitted, and its colors are just ones she felt meshed well.

“I just did turquoise, or teal, because that’s one of my favorite colors,” she told ABC News. “I wanted another overlapping color that would work well together. I just liked the purple with it and everybody seemed pleased with that.”

The 50-year-old still keeps a few products with the Jazz design in her house, and says it’s “insane” that her artwork has become such a memorable part of ’90s culture.

Phew! We can all breathe easy now that this pressing mystery’s finally been solved.

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You Know That Waxy Turquoise And Purple Cup That’s So ’90s? Meet Its Genius Designer

You may not know its name, but we know you’ve seen the classic squiggly design that’s most recognizable from paper cups.

Yeah, you know what we’re talking about — that purple and turquoise pattern that hits you with giant pangs of nostalgia. The “Jazz” design began showing up on paper cups about 23 years ago. Recently, an AMA request came in from a Reddit user who wanted to know who the designer was. That pushed reporter Thomas Gounley of Missouri’s Springfield News-Leader to do some digging.

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The iconic design.

After much investigation, Gounley was successful and last week he discovered that 50-year-old Gina Ekiss, who lives in Aurora, Mississippi, is the iconic design’s creator, according to his piece in the News-Leader. Ekiss, who’s now a custom frame shop manager at a Hobby Lobby, was met with Internet acclaim as the discovery spread across social media outlets.

“I’m just still pretty stunned about the whole deal,” Ekiss told ABC News in reaction to her Internet stardom. “I’m thrilled that it’s still popular.”

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The path to finding Ekiss wasn’t an easy one. The reporter only knew the designer’s first name as well as the fact that she had worked for the Sweetheart Cup Company, which was later bought by Solo Cup Company. He eventually found a tweet from a person claiming to be the creator’s daughter, according to his article. After looking through public records and coming across Ekiss’ name and address, Gounley drove to her house and confirmed his suspicions.

Turns out, Ekiss had created Jazz as part of an internal cup design contest at the Sweetheart Cup Company in 1989, after outside design firms had came up with unsatisfying results. Ekiss said that Jazz was among three or four different designs she had submitted, and its colors are just ones she felt meshed well.

“I just did turquoise, or teal, because that’s one of my favorite colors,” she told ABC News. “I wanted another overlapping color that would work well together. I just liked the purple with it and everybody seemed pleased with that.”

The 50-year-old still keeps a few products with the Jazz design in her house, and says it’s “insane” that her artwork has become such a memorable part of ’90s culture.

Phew! We can all breathe easy now that this pressing mystery’s finally been solved.

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Everything You Ever Wanted to Know About the Amazing ‘90s Costumes in Dope

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As we’ve learned from films like Sex and the City, The Great Gastby, and An Education, the costumes in some movies can often make as big of an impact as the performances (or the plot!).

Dope, the Sundance breakout hit about ’90s-obsessed kids who live in Inglewood, California and get caught up in a drug deal gone bad, is no exception. High-waist jeans, bamboo earrings, boxer shorts exposed Marky-Mark style, and tons of plaid shirts pepper the present day-set film. So, yes, while we cannot wait to see the stars of Dope—Shameik Moore, Kiersey Clemons, and Tony Revolori—make their movie debuts, we’ll admit the costumes have us equally excited. Here are fun facts to know about the movie’s seriously buzzed-about outfits.

Patrik Milani is the person behind Dope‘s costumes: The Italian costume designer is relatively new to the movie game, though, having only worked on four films prior to this.

Milani found his inspiration on social media: He told The Fader, “The main research I did was going to Instagram and looking under #Inglewood, #InglewoodHigh, and #InglewoodProm. I got into all of these peoples’ accounts and started following real kids who were students. Obviously I would pick the people who were more fashionable. That was a lot of really good research. I’m almost 45, what am I going to do? Hang out at high schools? I printed everything and showed it to the director and he was like, “Oh my god.”

Major players in ’90s hip-hop culture also served as inspiration: “Aaliyah was a big point of reference for Diggy,” Milani shared with I-D. “I wanted to help draw out her feminine side in a way that felt authentic for the character. At first, I was thinking more along the lines of Missy Elliott, but I wanted to create a more feminine silhouette. Aaliyah was so sexy even though she wore baggier men’s clothes, so Diggy stemmed from there. I also looked a lot at NWA for Tony [Revolori]’s character, Jib.”

Many of the pieces were actually sourced on eBay: In an interview with The Examiner he said, “Vintage stuff is so rare, that I found myself up late at night bidding on auctions on eBay—just to find the right pieces for the film.” Milani also hit up local West Coast shops. He shared with Refinery 29, “There’s a store in Sun Valley where I got a poncho for one of the characters for $ 3. I mean, $ 3 in Sun Valley! I think if you have a good eye, you don’t have to spend a lot of money.”

Pharrell also played an influential part in creating the costumes: As the executive producer the CFDA Fashion Icon helped take the costumes to the next level through his connections. “I only met Pharrell once, but I was dealing with his producer, Mimi Valdes,” Milani told Complex. “When she came on, she said my friend has this website Karmaloop, you can order anything you want. Since this is an independent movie, that really opened up my budget. The main kids, I had already shopped for, but the website really helped make the movie be what it is. Having Pharrell involved opened up a whole new world to me.”

There was one very specific ’90s trend Milani would not touch: “I knew I couldn’t revisit MC Hammer. I mean, it was scripted, but also, I just didn’t love that look, so I stayed away from it on purpose,” he told Refinery 29.

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Pre-Fame Angelina Jolie Photo Shoot Is ’90s Perfection

Who’s that girl?! Angelina Jolie hasn’t always been the A-list movie star, mother of six, and global humanitarian we know today. Twenty years ago — a full 10 years before she became one-half of the pop culture sensation known now as Brangelina — she was just a young model trying to work it in a shiny white alligator skin-esque pantsuit.

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14 Things We Thought About Fashion in the ’90s

Twitter hashtags can often shed light on some of the more fringe elements of what’s in the zeitgeist. For example, did you know today is National Iced Tea Day? Additionally, many people have strong thoughts on what exactly constitutes Dark Ages Problems.

One item that’s currently trending is a topic that we’ve certainly been puzzling over a lot lately: #Inthe90sIThought. Considering the ’90s revival that’s been sweeping the fashion and entertainment worlds, it seems appropriate to revisit our own feelings on fashion from the decade that gave us “Clueless,” choker necklaces, and flannel.

Here are 14 examples of things Glamour staffers thought in the ’90s about fashion.

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“I thought butterfly clips were the only accessory I’d ever need.”—Lauren Chan, Fashion Writer

“I thought my cheerleading uniform was chicer than anything else I owned. And I was probably right.”—Kat Thomsen, Digital Managing Editor

“I thought Clarissa Darling was the quintessential example of expressing your personality through your clothing. I still stand by that sentiment.” —Anna Moeslein, Assistant Digital Editor

“I thought bubble skirts went with everything, but they were especially cute when paired with a bolero jacket.”—Anne Sachs, Executive Digital Director

“I thought slip dresses and capri pants were everything.”—Emily Mahaney, Articles Editor

“I thought Tommy Girl baby tees were acceptable.”—Simone Kitchens, Associate Beauty Director

“I thought I could make overalls work for 95 percent of all activities.” Avery Matera, Fashion Blogger

“I thought I could wear high-heel jellies to the beach.”—Sophia Chabbott, Senior Digital Fashion Editor

“I thought T-shirts came in two sizes: Huge and baby.”—Lindy Segal, Associate Digital Editor

“I thought Kimmy Gibbler’s high waisted acid wash jeans were the nerdiest—now I’m dying for a pair.”—Alexandra Schwartz, Assistant Editor, Office of the Editor-in-Chief

“I thought tattoo choker necklaces were the pinnacle of sophistication, and that I would wear them for the rest of my life.”—Alyssa Karas, Digital Producer

“I thought JNCO jeans were the epitome of cool. I can still remember buying my first pair!”—Ashley Edwards Walker, Assistant Editor

“I thought I crushed velvet was the height of luxury.”—Leah Melby, Senior Online Writer

“I thought I should join a ‘street-dancing’ group so I could get a jazzy outfit like Stephanie Tanner’s.”—Nikki Ogunnaike, Senior Digital Style Editor

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14 Things We Thought About Fashion in the ’90s

Twitter hashtags can often shed light on some of the more fringe elements of what’s in the zeitgeist. For example, did you know today is National Iced Tea Day? Additionally, many people have strong thoughts on what exactly constitutes Dark Ages Problems.

One item that’s currently trending is a topic that we’ve certainly been puzzling over a lot lately: #Inthe90sIThought. Considering the ’90s revival that’s been sweeping the fashion and entertainment worlds, it seems appropriate to revisit our own feelings on fashion from the decade that gave us “Clueless,” choker necklaces, and flannel.

Here are 14 examples of things Glamour staffers thought in the ’90s about fashion.

giphy-saved-by-the-bell

“I thought butterfly clips were the only accessory I’d ever need.”—Lauren Chan, Fashion Writer

“I thought my cheerleading uniform was chicer than anything else I owned. And I was probably right.”—Kat Thomsen, Digital Managing Editor

“I thought Clarissa Darling was the quintessential example of expressing your personality through your clothing. I still stand by that sentiment.” —Anna Moeslein, Assistant Digital Editor

“I thought bubble skirts went with everything, but they were especially cute when paired with a bolero jacket.”—Anne Sachs, Executive Digital Director

“I thought slip dresses and capri pants were everything.”—Emily Mahaney, Articles Editor

“I thought Tommy Girl baby tees were acceptable.”—Simone Kitchens, Associate Beauty Director

“I thought I could make overalls work for 95 percent of all activities.” Avery Matera, Fashion Blogger

“I thought I could wear high-heel jellies to the beach.”—Sophia Chabbott, Senior Digital Fashion Editor

“I thought T-shirts came in two sizes: Huge and baby.”—Lindy Segal, Associate Digital Editor

“I thought Kimmy Gibbler’s high waisted acid wash jeans were the nerdiest—now I’m dying for a pair.”—Alexandra Schwartz, Assistant Editor, Office of the Editor-in-Chief

“I thought tattoo choker necklaces were the pinnacle of sophistication, and that I would wear them for the rest of my life.”—Alyssa Karas, Digital Producer

“I thought JNCO jeans were the epitome of cool. I can still remember buying my first pair!”—Ashley Edwards Walker, Assistant Editor

“I thought I crushed velvet was the height of luxury.”—Leah Melby, Senior Online Writer

“I thought I should join a ‘street-dancing’ group so I could get a jazzy outfit like Stephanie Tanner’s.”—Nikki Ogunnaike, Senior Digital Style Editor

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The ’90s Sundress Styling Trick You Wore (and Loved) Is Back

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Jennifer Aniston in 1995.

Drew Barrymore, Alicia Silverstone, and Jennifer Aniston wore it, and you know you did too. Call it nostalgia, call it a resurgence of the greatest stroke of layering genius; whatever it stems from, we’ve rediscovered the greatest styling trick to come out of the ’90s. Yes, that’s right: This summer we’re layering T-shirts under our sundresses.

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Your 2015 inspiration from Elizabeth and James.

This trend a fun way to make your summer dresses feel new (because who doesn’t love a fresh way to layer?), but it also makes your strappier dresses a bit more appropriate for everything you have in your summer calendar, from the office to date night. Scroll through our outfits to inspire and you’ll be fully armed to take on this ’90s trend this summer!

For the Office:
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Striped ruffle cami dress, $ 398, tibi.com; drawstring shoulder bag, $ 30, hm.com; ankle-cuff leather sandals, $ 110, mango.com; fitted ’70s tee, $ 26, topshop.com

For a Date Night:
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Flat clutch, $ 225, clarev.com; leather court shoes, $ 80, zara.com; James Perse classic T-shirt, $ 45, farfetch.com; silk strappy jumpsuit, $ 168, jcrew.com

For the Weekend:
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Thakoon Addition floral-print zip dress, $ 490, neimanmarcus.com; Converse Chuck Taylor All Star canvas sneakers, $ 55, net-a-porter.com; Bamboo daily leather flap shoulder bag, more details at gucci.com; tissue tee, $ 35, jcrew.com

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Stunning Jennifer Aniston Throwback Will Give You Major ’90s Nostalgia

Jennifer Aniston was basically the quintessential ’90s woman. If you didn’t literally have the Rachel haircut, you probably at least tuned in to watch the character on “Friends” each week to idolize and/or fall in love with her.

Now, you can relive that magic with a #tbt photo depicting an approximately “Friends”-era Aniston. While taking over the Instagram handle of her beauty company Living Proof on Thursday, Aniston posted a vintage image of herself standing alongside friend and actress Andrea Bendewald.

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Aniston recently made style waves when she stepped out in New York city rocking a fierce pair of black leather pants. Clearly, the actress kills it in every fashion era.

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New Kids on the Block’s Joey McIntyre on His ’90s Fashion Hits and Misses

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L to R: Jonathan Knight, Jordan Knight, Joey McIntyre, Danny Wood and Donnie Wahlberg

Prepare to let your younger self have a freak-out moment: we scored some chat-time with New Kids on the Block‘s Joey McIntyre! In advance of the group’s performance at the revamped The Forum in LA on Saturday (Nelly and TLC will be there too), McIntyre spoke to us about fashion trends he’s rocked and well, some that he regrets. Turns out, he has a lot to say about style, with the recent rise of so many ’90s fashion trends. Check out the interview here:

Glamour: What were your favorite ’90s trends to wear?

Joey McIntyre: There weren’t many of them actually…I’d say Timberland boots. After that, it got way too baggy for me. It was way too roomy for me in the ’90s.

Glamour: Anything you regretted?

JM: The big lumberjack plaid shirts were bad—that’s my biggest regret. It’s probably good Getty [red carpet and paparazzi photos] weren’t around as much back then.

Glamour: What ’90s trends did you especially like on the ladies?

JM: Overalls, like the oversized kind TLC wore. That was cute.

Glamour: So many ’90s trends have come back recently. Any you wish would stay away? What are you liking again?

JM: I’m not a big fan of the flannel…it’d be nice if that stayed in the ’90s. I’ve always been a fan of Calvin Klein underwear, and that’s nice it’s back. I’ve got a pair of the classic boxers on right now.

Calvin Klein’s totally back in a big way: they just signed Kendall Jenner and shot Justin Bieber in a steamy campaign that resulted in…death threats.

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The guys now, all grown up and still so handsome





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Find Out Which of Your Favorite ’90s Stars Are Coming Back to TV

Christmas has come early with these recent casting announcements—some of our favorite actors from 90s classics like Friends, ER, and Sex and the City are making their much-awaited returns to television in the not-so-distant future….




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LeVar Burton Reads ‘Go The F**k To Sleep,’ Cures All ’90s Children Of Insomnia

As part of Rooster Teeth’s Extra Life charity telethon, LeVar Burton read “Go The F**k To Sleep” to raise money for Children’s Miracle Network Hospital. What ensued was a magical story circle, where it became the ’90s again in our hearts and minds. Anyone who has trouble sleeping should play this video before bed to be lulled into peaceful REM cycles. As LeVar Burton might say in the words of Adam Mansbach: “F**k your stuffed bear, I’m not getting you sh*t.”


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Epic Movie Pairings That Will Teleport You To The ’90s

Remember growing up thinking Freddie Prinze Jr. and Rachael Leigh Cook made the cutest couple ever — reality be damned — after watching “She’s All That” for the 23rd time? That’s how we feel about all 15 epic movie pairings below that are just so perfectly ’90s.

Melissa Joan Hart and Adrian Grenier

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… in “Drive Me Crazy,” 1999

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Jennifer Love Hewitt and Ethan Embry

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… in “Can’t Hardly Wait,” 1998

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Matthew Perry and Salma Hayek

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… in “Fools Rush In,” 1997

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Jason Biggs and Alyson Hannigan

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… in “American Pie,” 1999

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George Clooney and Michelle Pfeiffer

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… in “One Fine Day,” 1996

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Drew Barrymore and Dougray Scott

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… in “Ever After: A Cinderella Story,” 1998

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Sandra Bullock and Ben Affleck

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… in “Forces of Nature,” 1999

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Ben Affleck and Joey Lauren Adams

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… in “Chasing Amy,” 1997

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Ryan Phillippe and Reese Witherspoon

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… in “Cruel Intentions,” 1999

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Winona Ryder and Ethan Hawke

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… in “Reality Bites,” 1994

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Alicia Silverstone and Paul Rudd

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… in “Clueless,” 1995

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Hugh Grant and Julianne Moore

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… in “Nine Months,” 1995

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Tom Hanks and Meg Ryan

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… in “You’ve Got Mail,” 1998

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Freddie Prinze Jr. and Rachael Leigh Cook

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… in “She’s All That,” 1999

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Michael Douglas and Annette Bening

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… in “The American President,” 1995

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