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The return of the Pussycat Dolls and the live session of React

Directed by Rankin in collaboration with HUNGER TV and Vero

The return of the Pussycat Dolls and the live session of React Directed by Rankin in collaboration with HUNGER TV and Vero

Following the Spice Girl, even the Pussycat Dolls are back. Absent from the stages for almost a decade, Nicole Scherzinger, Kimberly Wyatt, Ashley Roberts, Jessica Sutta and Carmit Bachar announced last year the official reunion that includes a tour (postponed due to the Coronavirus) and a new single React, with a superhot video.

To celebrate the comeback of Pussycat Dolls, HUNGER TV and the ethical social network Vero have chosen the band to inaugurate their new series of exclusive acoustic live sessions. Directed by Rankin and recorded in the photographer's studio in East London, the performance features Nicole & co. sitting on stools, in front of a completely white background, with their faces and voices in the foreground.

It was 1995 when choreographer Robin Antin founded the Pussycat Dolls, a burlesque dance ensemble that performed in the best clubs in Los Angeles with guests such as Christina Aguilera, Gwen Stefani and Paris Hilton. In 2003 the great success obtained, pushes Antin to transform her creature into a music project. The unique mix of pop-dance songs and hot pin-up looks, combining the typical fashion of the early 2000s with S&M elements, makes the six girls stars. Two albums, one hit (Don't cha), several line-up changes and a few years later, the adventure of the Pussycat Dolls ends.

Now the band is back. For those who are nostalgic for the magical '00s, that gave us unforgettable fashion icons - despite being a rather controversial style - this seems to be a lucky moment. The turn of the millennium fashion seems to return, in small doses. The pink shades, the Juicy Couture suits, the monogram mini bags .. we are missing, for now, the pants worn with extremely low waist.

The most unforgettable details of their looks include latex garments, extreme mini skirts, dizzying heels, and lingerie, and patterns such as animalier and tartan. All this union could be trashy if worn by anyone else, but not by them.

The girls, now in their 40s, are sexier than ever, but we decided to celebrate them with the top 10 of their best early 2000s looks.