The come­back queens

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It’s no se­cret that fash­ion can be cycli­cal, and right now the biz is go­ing crazy for all things #throw­back. Fresh off the Paris SS17 cat­walk were the shoes of dreams, cour­tesy of Saint Lau­rent. New­bie creative di­rec­tor An­thony Vac­carello revived the iconic ‘Yves’, which his pre­de­ces­sor Hedi Sli­mane dashed dur­ing his four-year ten­ure at the la­bel. It’s fur­ther proof that branded lo­gos are se­ri­ously a go-go (case in point: Gucci belt over­load on In­sta).

And it’s not just out­fit clas­sics hav­ing a mo­ment – Gigi Hadid closed Bot­tega Veneta’s sublime show with leg­endary model Lauren Hut­ton, bring­ing to­gether two gen­er­a­tions of su­pers. Emosh doesn’t even cut it. Mean­while, just when we thought we’d res­ur­rected ev­ery 90s trend we could, Alexa Chung put yin and yang jewels back on the fash­ion map thanks to the knuck­le­duster she hasn’t taken off for two weeks straight. Don’t tell Alexa, but you can snap up your own yin and yang bling on ASOS for next to nowt.

While we’re on the sub­ject of come­backs, can we just flag that SJP has hinted AGAIN about an SATC re­form… Se­ri­ously Sar, you’re killing us! Luck­ily for us, the most an­tic­i­pated film of mod­ern times, The Girl On The Train, has fi­nally hit the big screen. But be­fore you see it, make sure you check out our 20-page GOTT guide to get clued up on all the need-to-know info. So enough from me – I’m off to shop the sales and it’s time you looked at the se­ri­ous bar­gains on p28 too!

@Chloe­fashed

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