In the year that gave us the Bennifer wedding, a new Lindsay Lohan film and a free Britney, it would only be right for fashion to echo the cultural shift. “It’s impossible to have missed the Y2K renaissance—the collective term for fashion and beauty aesthetics from the early ’00s. The trend is the ultimate expression of how our purchases have been driven by nostalgia this year and embodies everything good about the 2000s for those who experienced it firsthand, and serves as a modern symbol of happier times for younger generations,” reflects Panzino. So if you still own a Juicy Couture tracksuit or Diesel jeans, you’re in luck. “The Y2K trend was prevalent in the S/S 22 collections of the big fashion houses like Miu Miu, Fendi and, of course, Versace’s slinky, diamanté looks, but none more so than Blumarine, who showed exposed midriffs, cargo pants and distressed denim for S/S 23 too.” Think Paris Hilton’s chainmail dresses (see Paco Rabanne), Nicole Richie’s Beverly Hills boho (see Chloé), and Xtina’s risqué cut-outs (that’ll be David Koma, then).