Three words: 'Kate Moss, Glastonbury.'
For any fan of London's favourite export and enduring super model, you'll instantly know what sort of fashion we're talking about. Tassels and fringing, clompy boots (likely studded), buttocks-grazing short skirts and sequins to top it all off - in short, a glam rock look that became synonymous with Moss the minute she began frequenting Glastonbury festival.
It's also the sort of get-up that countless teens and twenty-somethings have tried to emulate over the years, which positions it for a very welcome return.
And thanks to French brand Longchamp, it seems that summer 2019 might just be the right moment to bring back the Kate Moss boho-rocker vibes, with a new, high fashion re-write.
Staging an inaugural NYFW runway show for RTW, which completes a year of 70th anniversary celebrations for the brand, Longchamp's Sept 8 runway show was a riot of western-chic.
Luxe leather jackets, complete with long fringing on the hems and sleeves makes for covetable outerwear, festival attendance not mandatory. The umber-red hued, Western cut suede jacket, sported by model-of-the-moment Kaia Gerber, was particularly enticing. And with the matching mini-shorts making it a co-ord, expect to see this whole outfit replicated countless times come next year's festival circuit.
The print that never dies, leopard skin found its way onto at least a third of the looks, including tiered capes with lace-up fronts.
Fittingly, the legend herself was in attendance.
Kate Moss, looking peak 'Kate Moss', wore a Longchamp mini dress and leather knee-highs to perch front row with zeitgeisty model of a different generation, Kendall Jenner.
In terms of the accompanying beauty look? Models wore the kind of smudgy, smoky eye that speaks to late nights bopping around to guitar bands, which seems totally appropriate.
This story first appeared on ELLEUK.com.