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Can you believe it? It's been 18 years since Cher Horowitz and the gang made preppy plaid and knee-high socks a staple for every '90s teen's wardrobe in the classic cult flick, Clueless. LA's own Wildfox paid homage to the iconic movie in their Cobrasnake-shot spring lookbook, totally reminding us that matching printed separates has been in for like, forever.
The film's genius costume designer, Mona May, got wind of the knitwear label's inspired shoot and gave the brand her seal of approval. "I thought it was really fun," May tells MTV Style. "To have the '90s fashion resurgence now is phenomenal! It's wild that it's coming back around and the kids are loving it."
Wanna relive it all? Reminisce Cher's best looks in Coveteur's style profile here, then head over to our sister site Curbed for a serious map guide of the movie's most memorable moments here.
· 'Clueless' Turns 18 Tomorrow! We Interviewed Costume Designer Mona May [MTV Style]
· The Ultimate Clueless Map Guide to Los Angeles [Curbed]
· As If! Wildfox Like, Totally Channels Clueless for Spring [Racked]
· Wildfox's Miami Swim Show Attracts Lord Disick, Kardashians [Racked]