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From spaghetti strap crops and tiny coloured sunglasses to ankle bracelets, velvet headbands, butterfly hair clips and scrunchies; the 1990s were the days when fashion was born and bred.

Britney Spears and Justin Timberlake were dating, Charmed, Friends and Sabrina the Teenage Witch were on our screens and Mary-Kate and Ashley launched their careers. Times were good.

What was one of the many gifts the Olsen Twins gave us? Hair bandanas, of course. In paisley print, to be precise.

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The bandana is officially the nostalgic hair accessory making a major comeback this summer, and we're rejoicing from the throwback heavens.

Back in 1999, the world and it's mother was donning headscarves from Christina Aguilera to Dionne in Clueless. The paisley print was where it was AT.

Fast forward a couple of years, and the accessory has been spotted on the high street once more. Vintage stores are also stocking up on the style staple.

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Brands and designers from JW Anderson, Kate Spade and Max Mara are using scarves for their bold catwalk looks, with signature printed ensembles and monogramming included for SS19

One perfect reason for sporting the look is that it can cover up a dodgy hair day, or unwashed hair with enough grease to cook a double cheeseburger. Unwashed tresses are concealed with ease.

Fold your square scarf diagonally in half to create a triangle, place it over your hair and tie at the nape of your neck. Fix with some bobby pins or hair clips to secure it all day, and voila. You're fierce.

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You can even wear the scarves as a crop top if you tie it correctly at the back, which blew our minds. An accessory and an item of clothing which embodies a past era of our lives? Sign us up.

Bad Gal RiRi even used one for her Wild Thoughts music video, looking out of this world incredible as always. We all know that anything Rihanna touches turns to gold, so it's time we joined the trend.

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The humble headscarf bandana wasn't just graced on the heads of 1990s royalty like Lauren Graham from Gilmore Girls. Male celebrities like Justin Timberlake and Tupac even wore the edgy accessory.

While some of the trends from the nineties have earned their spot on the World Dressed lists nowadays, we simply must throw our support in for the bandana kerchief. It's both lazy and hip at the same time.

If you need us, we'll be hunting Temple Bar's vintage shops for more old-school baggy sportswear, coloured hair clips and tiny sunnies for festival season. Wear your bandana with pride, ladies and gents.

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Kendall and Kylie Jenner have been hailed as style icons, and their Kendall + Kylie collection often sells out completely. 

However, their latest 'vintage' style T-shirt collection was a massive misstep. 

The teenage duo used imagery of iconic musicians Biggie Smalls and Tupac Shakur in the designs, superimposing their own faces and initials over the icons.


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Twitter was quick to drag the sisters for their use of the rappers in the designs. 

Biggie Smalls's mother, Voletta Wallace, also called them out in an Instagram post.

'I am not sure who told @kyliejenner and @kendalljenner that they had the right to do this,' she began.

'The disrespect of these girls to not even reach out to me or anyone connected to the estate baffles me.'

'I have no idea why they feel they can exploit the deaths of 2pac and my Son Christopher to sell a t-shirt. This is disrespectful , disgusting, and exploitation at its worst!!!'

After less than 24 hours, the designs were pulled from the website, and Kylie issued this apology via Twitter. 

'These designs were not well thought our and we deeply apologise to anyone that has been upset and/or offended, especially to the families of the artists.

'We are huge fans of their music and it was not our intention to disrespect these cultural icons in any way.'

'The tee shirts have been pulled from retail and all images have been removed.'

'We will use this as an opportunity to learn from these mistakes and again, we are very sorry.'

The shirts, which originally retailed for $125.00, were a major blunder for the Kardashian-Jenner brand. 


You could have Tupac's handwritten lyrics hanging on your bedroom wall… if you're willing to pay BIG! 

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The original lyrics to 'Catchin' Feelings', which are written in blue pen, are currently available to purchase courtesy of Moments in Time memorabilia company. 

The framed lyrics are estimated to sell for over € 35,000… casual! 

Gary Zimet, who owns the memorabilia company, told TMZ that he "obtained the lyrics from an ex-employee of the studio where Tupac recorded the track in '96."

The song was featured on Tupac's 2002 album, 'Better Dayz'.

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This September marks the 20th anniversary of the rapper's death, so it is expected that collectors and fans will be in competition to get their hands on this piece of hip-hop history. 

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Tupac Shakur, then 25, was shot dead after a Mike Tyson fight in Las Vegas in 1996.



It has been almost 18 years since Tupac Shakur was shot and killed.

The superstar rapper was murdered following a Mike Tyson fight at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas.

The murder has never been solved, but now one Las Vegas policeman has revealed the last words that Tupac said before he died.

According to the policeman: “He looked at me and he took a breath to get the words out, and he opened his mouth, and I thought I was actually going to get some cooperation. And then the words came out: ‘F*** you.'”


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