Jessica Simpson is sure that Y2K fashion will "always" make a comeback.
The 43-year-old pop star released a string of hit singles like 'Irresistible' and 'Take My Breath Away' in the early 2000s and has saved a plethora of style items from that era because she thinks it will constantly find its way back into the mainstream.
She told Footwear News: "I honestly keep everything — too many things. I feel like Y2K will always come back."
The 'I Wanna Love You Forever' singer can easily equate some of her fashion looks from that time with some of the most memorable mosts of her career and is even considering pouring all of her memories into a book celebrating the styles of her heyday at one point.
She said: "I just went back and grabbed stuff. And of course, I have to tell everybody everything. ‘And this is what I wore when I went to the bathroom in New York, this one time when this paparazzi tripped. I remember the stupidest details of everything. But they all have a story. Maybe I should write it down and do a fashion book or something. You never know."
The former reality star - who outside of her career in entertainment has launched her fashion range The Jessica Simpson Collection - went on to recall meeting industry legend Michael Kors at New York Fashion Week and rejoiced in not having to wear a bra because she was in her early twenties.
She said: "I loved it so much because I didn’t have to wear a bra and it was very fashion for me at 23 years old.
"That’s when I actually met Michael Kors and he was so kind and generous to me. He let me take the dress home. It was in my closet until I got pregnant with Maxwell, and I never thought I would lose the weight to wear it again. I actually want it back! I wish I hadn’t given it away!"