Cara Delevingne, the model of the moment, is leading the fashion way (as per usual) with her unwavering love for graphic t-shirts.
After being spotted at the Glamour awards earlier this week in a t-shirt with a print of BFF Rihanna's bum on, Cara heralded the return of this 80s and 90s staple.
While Frankie Goes to Hollywood and Bob Geldof's statement t-shirts were politically motivated messages dealing with anything from famine to sex, today's prints are pure fun, which we think is Ms Delevingne's middle name (okay, it's actually Jocelyn).
From red carpets to house parties, the 20-year-old Saint Laurent model shows off the versatility of a good graphic t-shirt.
She paired the most recent, and rather cheeky, t-shirt with tailored Burberry trousers and a bright red lip, creating a smart casual look that managed to make everyone else on the red carpet look overdressed.
Cara also uses her t-shirts to support her model friends, being spotted out in a top with the slogan "No. 1 Dunn" and a photo of fellow model Jourdan Dunn.
It's not just Cara who's been bringing the graphic t-shirt back.
Former Girls Aloud member Nicola Roberts chose Brian Lichtenberg's iconic "Homies" print when the ladies announced their UK tour last October.
Rita Ora even wore a t-shirt with Cara's face and the slogan "Queen Delevingne" to London Fashion Week back in February.
If you want to follow in these ladies' footsteps, don't forget that you can dress up a cool graphic t-shirt with a pair of skinny jeans and killer heels.
Or stick on a beanie and a pair of high-tops for a between catwalks look that Cara would be proud of.
Check out our favourite graphic tees around at the moment (including Cara's actual t-shirt!)...