Astroworld rapper Travis Scott was recently snapped by photographer @rayscorruptedmind in a vintage Céline item, and yes, that's Céline with an "é."

The foulard print blouse (which is technically a womenswear item), comes from former creative director Phoebe Philo's SS11 collection. The white/emerald/blue top was styled out with silver chains, classic Cactus Jack-style distressed denim, and a pair of Supreme x COMME des GARÇONS x Nike Air Force 1 Lows.

The top is notable for being the same that Kanye West wore during his 2011 Coachella performance, at the height of his My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy era, also worn with denim pants and heavy gold chains. It's worth mentioning that Kanye was low-key ridiculed for this outfit back in 2011: "Yep, Kanye West Really Was Wearing a Lady Blouse at Coachella", reported E! News at the time.

However, seven years later, now this look is making a comeback, as demonstrated by Travis Scott's revival of the iconic outfit.

Is 'Ye just ahead of his time? Rewatch his Coachella gig below, and peep the Instagram post to vote on who you think wore it better.

In other style news, The North Face just dropped a velvet, ’90s-inspired collection.

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