The resurgence of the halter neck on the runway and the streets steadily adds more fuel to fashion’s ever-growing fire of 2000s nostalgia. A staple in the wardrobes of the new millennium’s most photographed starlets, the one-strap, backless style was first made popular in Old Hollywood and hit another peak in popularity during the ’60s, when designers became inspired by the high-necked, sleeveless silhouettes of Asian clothing. The halter neckline has since become a classic and sexy style, perfect for showing some skin. From an elegant gown at Dior to Christina Aguilera’s expertly fastened scarf, CR documents the many ways to tie up the trend.
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