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Born in Seattle in the ’80s, grunge music emerged as a subculture of alternative rock. In the ’90s, the genre was brought into the mainstream when Alice in Chains, Soundgarden, and of course, Nirvana signed to major record labels. Grunge’s biggest names like Kurt Cobain and Courtney Love not only changed the music scene, but inspired a style legacy of flannel shirts, ripped slip dresses and looking like you’ve just rolled out of bed at noon, in the chicest way possible.

Style wise, grunge now comes in many iterations. The fashion world is no stranger to merging the trend with feminine, athletic, hip hop and bohemian influences to name a few.

We love how some of our favourite stars, both established and new, have brought the genre back — with their own twists.

As Kurt likely turns over in his grave, here’s how some of our favourite stars have re-imagined the trend and kept it fresh over the years.