These 23 Spring Runway Looks Prove that Fashion Has a Serious Case of 90s Nostalgia

What’s old is new again! After cycling through just about every other decade in the past few seasons, it’s no surprise designers decided to revisit the 90s for Spring 2014. Fashion’s infatuation with the 90s seems never-ending, and while Nirvana’s grunge aesthetic may be played out after dominating the catwalk last year, the season’s new collections proved the era’s staying power. Embracing the essence of the decade’s fashion, the 90s moved over to the sleek, minimalist side where design luminaries Calvin Klein and Helmut Lang reign supreme. We’re talking teeny, tiny spaghetti straps, square-cut necklines, slouchy overalls, crop tops, micro-minis, faux-flannel plaid, logo mania and slinky, lingerie-inspired slip dresses for a closet chock-full of childhood memories — only this time with more exposed midriffs and sheer fabrics we would never have been allowed out of the house in.