Gucci have just unleashed their spring/summer 2016 campaign directed by Glen Luchford.
The film was shot in Berlin, with scenes captured at dawn on the rooftop of the Maritim Hotel, a cover of Q Lazzarus' 'Goodbye Horses' playing in the background.
(For those who can't remember, it's the song from 'Silence of the Lambs' where Buffalo Bill dances around in a wig made from a scalped head.)
But it all looks a bit familiar...
Note, the famous scene from the 1981 film 'Christiane F' showing a group of friends running away from the police in Berlin's Europa Center to the soundtrack of David Bowie's 'Heroes'.
It's not uncommon for brands to make overt references in their advertisements, and Gucci even admits to "taking inspiration from the visual language and aesthetic of German ‘80s pop culture" - but the problem is with the context.
Gucci said they used the setting of Berlin to "provide a raw backdrop to a carefree and hedonistic tale".
"There was a decadence to the spirit of this period that Gucci has echoed in its clothing and accessories for the season," they added.
It just seems the fashion house forgot that 'Christiane F' was a true story about a 14-year-old heroin addict and prostitute.
Based on the autobiographical book 'Wir Kinder vom Bahnhof Zoo' (We Children of Bahnhof Zoo), the film documents the drug scene in west Berlin in the 1970s.
In the Uli Edel directed film, Christiane F and her barely teenage friends are seen injecting heroin, losing consciousness in filthy public lavatories, re-filling syringes from toilet bowls and selling their bodies for sex at Bahnhof Zoo (the Berlin train station notorious for prostitutes and junkies).
With more of Britain's youth trying drugs than in any other European country today, and heroin use surging in the US, Gucci's use of the word "hedonism" to describe its images could well be deemed irresponsible.
Gucci told HuffPost UK Style that it doesn't have "any additional comments" about whether the campaign was based on 'Christiane F', but it's hard not to draw comparisons - from the settings to the lookalike casting.
But it seems the 90s are still giving us a hangover, with brands like Nasty Gal and Saint Laurent looking to self-admitted heroin addict Courtney Love's grunge phase - the height of her addiction - for inspiration.
Is Gucci simply paying homage to a cult classic, or exploiting the story of a young girl's tragic life to sell clothing? Let us know what you think in the comments.
The Rooftop Scene
The Bathroom Scene
The Bus Stop Scene
Filming Inside Bahnhof Zoo