It’s definite, not maybe that the ‘90s are back. In 1999 we ran for the hills into the new millennium with open arms, embracing the opulence and promise of a new era. 13 years later after gorging ourselves on delectable prints and delicious embellishment – our excesses have left us feeling a little extravagant.
It’s no wonder then that we’re harking back to a time when things seemed sleeker, simpler. Cue the nineties! A decade of forgotten minimalist chic embodied by no one better than Mrs Mia Wallace, aka Uma Thurman’s rouge-noire-wearing heroine in Pulp Fiction.
Quentin Tarantino’s 1994 masterpiece serves as a time capsule, perfectly preserving one of the most perfect costume moments in cinematic history. In a white shirt, blunt bob and slick black pants – Thurman danced off the screen and into the style hall of fame where she lives on, as a pillar of hope for those who believe less is more. Fact – not fiction.
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