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These gas retro t-shirts are being snapped up by 90s kids everywhere

Let the world know you love Young Louis Theroux.

REMEMBER BEING young and buying dodgy, unlicensed t-shirts that looked like this from the local market?

162431L Source: Rustyzipper

Well, those t-shirts are now in style. For reals.

Companies like Homage Tees and Throwback Tees are making t-shirts that look like that on purpose – it’s ironic now, you guys, and not just for teens desperate to have a top with their favourite band on it.

They’re the reason that you might now see people advertising their love for Louis Theroux on their chests:

LT_1024x1024@2x Source: Homage Tees

Or indeed, Sir David Attenborough:

dateee_1024x1024@2x Source: Homage Tees

And even Joanna Lumley.

jl_1024x1024@2x Source: Homage Tees

Throwback Tees have applied it to icons like Britney, Carlton Banks, and Dr Phil. Yeah, Dr Phil. (It’s not known which of these companies had the idea first, but we’ll let them fight about that amongst themselves.)

carlton Source: Throwback Tees

Unsurprisingly, the shirts have proved hugely popular with young and hip types, including one Gigi Hadid:

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Dun kno 👕✨ @elleusa

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Gunther obvs ❤️

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Louis's the real MVP. 🤙🏼@homageteesuk

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Admit it, you want a Louis one. Us too.

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