Tommy Takes It Back To The '90s
Tommy Hilfiger has taken it back to the '90s with the Tommy Jeans Music Revisited capsule. To celebrate the launch, we take a walk down memory lane with our fave hit-makers from the 1990s.
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“Now throw your hands up in the air, and wave 'em around like you just don’t care.”
- The Backstreet Boys, 1997
The first to make boybands cool or cringe? Either way, the Backstreet Boys headed the golden age of boy bands in the 1990s. The epitome of frosted tips and open book hair cuts went on to cement themselves as THE iconic 90s band with an impressive list of awards and accolades including eight Grammy nominations. But the best thing about them? Choreography. Even better when it’s in a Halloween themed music video.
“I don't want no scrub, a scrub is a guy that can't get no love from me, hanging out the passenger side of his best friend's ride, trying to holler at me.”
- TLC, 1999
When TLC released “No Scrubs” in 1999 they became single-handedly responsible for a generation of women who not only realised they were too good for whatever mooch was in the equivalent of their DMs at the time, but had a word to put to it. As the group that pioneered the combination of rap and RnB, we have TLC to thank for countless others that came after and were directly inspired by their style. Not to mention the obligatory caption on countless waterfall pictures on Instagram.
“Every time you look at me, my heart is jumping, it's easy to see, you drive me crazy I just can't sleep”
- Britney Spears, 1999
There's only two types of people in the world, the ones that entertain, and the ones that observe. And Britney is a put-on-a-show kind of girl. Recently freed from her (arguably unlawful) conservatorship, Britney’s upcoming years are looking to be sicker than the remix.
“I followed you through swirling seas, down darkened woods with silent trees, your love is strong and you're so sweet”
- The Rolling Stones, 1994
If the Beatles were the One Direction of the 1960s, then The Rolling Stones were the Nirvana of the time. What blossomed was a rivalry so potent that just weeks ago Paul McCartney made headlines for dissing The Rolling Stones. In 2021. Only one of these bands are still touring. We’ll let you guess which one.