The 1990s marked a turning point in consumer culture. But with the world in the throes of runaway inflation and Britain enduring a summer of discontent, it feels like we’re living in a 1970s economy. Nineties nostalgia has been building. Bold logos, which disappeared after the financial crisis, have made a comeback. Burberry has even revived its trademark black, white, beige and red plaid, a rehabilitation of the plaid worn by Liam Gallagher of Oasis in the 1995 music video for Wonder wall. Y2K, inspired by outfits from the mid-90s to the early 2000s, is now a fashion category in its own right. But lately, the clamor for all things 90s, especially the early years, has intensified.