Kurt Cobain as runway inspiration is music to our ears.
A thin cotton button-down rumples like a rock star rolling out of bed.
Available at jamesperse.com, $185.
An oversize knit leaves room to layer.
Available at joie.com, $288.
Toughen up printed pants with a biker jacket and boots.
Business up top, party down below. Why not?
Available at us.asos.com, $21.
Oh, glorious day! It’s okay to wear pajamas to work.
Available at splendid.com, $138.
From Soundgarden to Stone Temple Pilots, it’s all about the tunes.
Ethan Hawke likes it when you leave something to the imagination.
Available at urbanoutfitters.com, $39.
A springtime version of the counterculture classic.
Available at dmusastore.com, $130.
The perfect outfit for an interview at Empire Records.
Throw it over a baby-doll dress and ripped jeans. Leave the hog at home.
Available at us.asos.com, $175.
Make like Winona Ryder in Reality Bites with burgundy lips and chipped black nails.
Mac lipstick in Rebel, available at maccosmetics.com, $15; Nars nail polish in Back Room, available at narscosmetics.com, $19.
The tourist trend is back.
One-up jorts lovers once and for all.
Available at urbanoutfitters.com, $49.
Get the broken-in look straight out of the box.
Available at converse.com, $70.
Time to rethink your stance on novelty tees and knit caps.
Make third-day hair look infinitely cooler.
Available at us.topshop.com, $20.
The first rule of grunge: Keep at least one band tee clean at all times.
Cher Horowitz, meet Kate Moss.
Twenty-plus years later and the minimalist slip dress still gets it done.
Available at matchesfashion.com, $175.
A shirt as iconic as the man himself.
Available at otteny.com, $160.
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