It’s no secret that Y2K is back in.

From Dua Lipa’s latest Versace drop, to Margot Robbie’s Barbiecore fashion in the upcoming Barbie movie, we have plenty of celebs to thank for bringing back the noughties nostalgia.

But one famous face in particular has given us the throwback we didn’t know we needed, and it’s probably the most iconic thing we’ve seen all month.

Reality star Kylie Jenner took to Instagram yesterday to post a photo dump of some of her recent life moments. Including snaps of her 21st-century Marilyn Monroe look in Paris and views from her private jet, the 25 year old also shared a photo of her and her momager mum, Kris Jenner.

In the snap, Kylie is wearing a tight sleeveless white mini dress and a matching white hood, and when we tell you we had to do a double take, we mean it.

Looking at the image, the makeup mogul is giving pure Kylie Minogue vibes reminiscent of her music video for ‘Can’t Get You Out Of My Head.’

The 2001 hit track saw the pop phenomenon dressed in the now classic white jumpsuit, complete with a white hood just like the youngest Jenner sibling has recently been captured wearing.

To this day, the look is still one of Ms Minogue’s most famous, and it’s synonymous with the 55 year old star. It’s also the epitome of Y2K and early noughties fashion.

As well as the strikingly similar outfits, The Kardashians star’s hairstyle also bared likeness to the popstar. Set in a side parting with loose bangs hanging down the right side of her face, Kylie also donned the same look in the music video.

Obviously the only difference is the hair colour, as Jenner is known for her dark brown tresses while Minogue has always gone for honey blonde.

What’s ironic is that Kylie Jenner filed an application to trademark her first name back in 2014. However, the Australian pop beauty found out and blocked Jenner from doing so, before winning the lawsuit to keep her famous first name.

Speaking about the legal battle on the Watch What Happens Live show with Andy Cohen at the time, the Better the Devil You Know singer said: “It was just business, obviously. When I was named Kylie… I think I’ve met one person older than me called Kylie, so it’s kind of unusual.”

“I’ve spent a lifetime protecting my brand and building my brand, so it was just something that had to be done,” she said, before adding that it was nothing personal.


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