Before we get into the specifics of scrunchies, let's take a moment to talk about the '90s. The decade imbued with anti-fashion, grunge and a high questionable approach to hair (remember hair mascara and the shag-cut?) has been enjoying a revival of sorts. Walk the streets of London right now, you can't move for undercuts, flannel shirts, Doc Martens, brothel creepers and various member of the Spice Girls. There's even a Damian Hirst's retrospective at the Tate for goodness. So far, so awesome. But we have serious concerns that the '90s fashion barrel is being scraped. Yep, it looks like the scrunchie, the go-to hairpiece of days of yore, is poised for a hipster comeback. Don't blame us, blame Cara Delevingne. The model is clearly putting the Let's just cross our fingers and hope that hair mascara and Impulse The decade imbued with the questionable status Decades are rehashed not because there were hidden gems among the rails of that era that youngsters today should be allowed to enjoy: they're rehashed because there are only so many ways to skin a cat, which is not to say that cat fur is making a comeback Fashion loves to rehash the looks of decades past From Viva Forever to the renaissance of fit 'n' flare dresses, double denim and Doc Martin's, the '90s are B.A.C.K. If was a matter of time, right? Of course for some, the ebbing and flowing of the scrunchie trend has passed them by (Hilary C, that means you).