12 times celebrities brought back fashion from the early 2000s

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Gigi Hadid wears a 2000s-inspired outfit while walking around New York City.
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Fashion inspired by the ’90s is out, and styles from the early 2000s are in — at least, that’s according to celebrities.

Bella Hadid, Lizzo, and Rihanna are among the stars who can’t stop wearing trends that were popular in the early aughts. Tube tops seem to be some of their favorite garments, while tracksuits have also been making a comeback.

Here’s a look at how celebrities are turning early 2000s fashion into modern styles.

Zendaya put her own twist on the 2000s tracksuit trend in February 2018.

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Zendaya attends a Michael Kors runway show on February 14, 2018.
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Thanks to brands like Juicy Couture, tracksuits became status-symbol outfits of the early 2000s. Zendaya brought the look back in 2018 when she attended New York Fashion Week wearing a red tracksuit with white stripes and a high neckline.

To put her own glamorous spin on the look, Zendaya also wore white pumps and a tan sleeveless jacket.

Bella Hadid wore denim-on-denim while attending a True Religion event in October 2018.

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Bella Hadid attends a True Religion event in October 2018.
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Her outfit was comprised of a sleeveless denim top and matching capri pants.

To make her style even more reminiscent of the early 2000s, Hadid also donned animal-print shoes and carried a leopard-print handbag.

A$AP Rocky added a touch of tie-dye to his Paris Fashion Week look that same month.

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A$AP Rocky attends Paris Fashion Week on June 22, 2019.
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There’s no doubt that tie-dye is returning from the early aughts. Rocky proved this when he wore a tie-dye pullover on top of a collared shirt while attending Paris Fashion Week on June 22.

Lizzo and Missy Elliot both wore 2000s-inspired fashion to an MTV VMAs after-party.

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Missy Elliot and Lizzo attend an MTV VMAs after-party on August 26.
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Elliot donned the logo-mania trend with her Louis Vuitton jacket, as well as animal-print shoes.

Lizzo, on the other hand, wore oversized sunglasses, a tube top-style dress, and dad sneakers covered in sparkles.

“The Bachelorette” alum Hannah Brown brought back the bare midriff trend in September.

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Hannah Brown attends the Entertainment Weekly pre-Emmy party on September 20.
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In the 2000s, celebrities were constantly photographed wearing clothes that showcased their midriffs, the area between the chest and waist.

Sheer outfits have since become the go-to daring style, but bare midriffs might be making a comeback. Brown embraced the style as recently as September when she attended a pre-Emmy party wearing a two-piece leather set.

Headbands are officially back in style, according to stars like Lea Michele.

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Lea Michele attends the Veuve Clicquot Polo Classic in Los Angeles on October 5.
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The actress wore a white headband with a floral green dress in October.

Headbands were first popular in the ’90s, but Blair Waldorf from “Gossip Girl” made them even more so in the early 2000s.

In October, Gigi Hadid stepped out wearing an outfit that looked like it came straight from the early 2000s.

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Gigi Hadid attends an SNL after-party on October 6, 2019.
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While attending an SNL after-party, Hadid wore a multicolored turtleneck, high-waisted jeans, pointed-toe boots, and a small purse. 

Bella Hadid also wore a 2000s-inspired look that same month.

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Bella Hadid walks around New York City on October 11.
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The model layered a cherry-print cardigan over a butterfly-print top. She completed the look with a pair of dad sneakers and oversized sunglasses.

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