07/07/2015 13:28 BST | Updated 08/07/2015 05:59 BST

Topshop Archive Collection: The Store Brings Back Its Most Iconic Designs Modelled By Ella Richards

Topshop is getting in on the hottest trend of the season - vintage - by bringing a brand new collection reviving its most iconic dresses.

The Archive collection is a range of 33 limited edition pieces based on the brand's original designs from the 70s, 80s and 90s. And, it's modelled by none other than Ella Richards - granddaughter of Rolling Stones guitar hero, Keith Richards.

There's classic 70s smock dresses and stripey tees, 80s inspired disco jeans and poofy prom dresses, and that 90s lurex halter dress we just can't seem to find in any vintage shop.

Shoppers who can't see anything they fancy are encouraged to post photos of their most-loved pieces on social media with the hasthag #BringThatBack, for the chance to see them back in shops again.

Our favourite piece from the collection has to be the indigo skinny jeans recreated from an old Topshop ad starring Debbie Harry.

Check out the whole range below:

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The collection is priced from £22-£195 and will be available from 9th July in stores and online at


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