Forget ’00s fashion! According to Kendall Jenner, this iconic style decade is now making a comeback
Under the name Y2K fashion, the fashion of the 2000s is probably the biggest and most popular fashion trend of all. But is another style decade now celebrating a completely unexpected comeback? If Kendall Jenner has her way: yes.
We all know and love Kendall Jenner's minimalist-cool fashion style. Whether she's showing up at the CFDA Fashion Awards in a white Khaite slip dress or wearing head-to-toe clean cult label The Row on a casual day: The model's style is actually rather understated - although no less exciting because of it. However, Kendall Jenner has also recently started to develop a soft spot for vintage fashion.
Kendall Jenner is currently discovering 70s fashion for herself
This week, the 27-year-old was spotted wearing two looks that exude a nostalgic vintage charm. For a casual day out in New York City, Kendall Jenner wore a beige cropped shearling jacket and blue jeans with brown suede inserts on the front (both by Acne Studios). She paired them with brown square-toe boots and tortoiseshell micro sunglasses that gave off a hint of 70s Aviator and flower power. For us, this was a welcome change from the Y2K looks that are so permanently present at the moment. After all, it's usually the 2000s that dominate the street style photos these days with low-waist trousers, crop tops, cargo trousers and the like.
Shortly after her suede look, Kendall Jenner was also spotted at a dinner with friends in Manhattan, where the model opted for a more elegant version of retro fashion. The highlight of this retro-inspired 70s look? Her stunning leather patchwork trench coat from Parisian label Marine Serre's 2022 autumn/winter collection, which looks like it's straight out of a 70s street style photo book. A pair of dark brown pointed leather boots and silver creoles completed the vintage look.
Kendall Jenner's looks prove once again that just because a style decade, such as the '00s, is currently in fashion, doesn't mean that you can't reinterpret the fashion of another decade. Whatever you like is allowed - and good style simply never goes out of fashion.
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