Nineties indie music fans will be excited about a new Pulp documentary, Pulp: A Film About Life, Death And Supermarkets which lands in cinemas today and on iTunes from Friday, 21 November. It follows the band and their fans in the build-up to a massive gig in their hometown of Sheffield.

As well as toe-tappin' songs like Common People and Disco 2000, Jarvis Cocker and his bandmates Russell, Nick, Candida and Steve pioneered 'charity shop chic' in the 90s, which happens to be soooo Y2K14. Corduroy flares, nylon zip-through track tops, nobbly tweed or velvet blazers and button-up, suede A-line skirts, all from the nearest second-hand shop, were a total 70s/90s megamix. Which just so happens to be big style news now. Time to get Pinning...

How about another 70s fashion ref? See how Lauren Hutton werked it BITD.

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