Elle Macpherson Hits Heathrow In Tie Dye Denim - And The Trend Is Official!

In this week’s issue of Grazia (out today!), we report that tie dye is storming the stores and wardrobes of the least hippy girls we know. Oh yes, the completely rogue and non-runway trend has shrugged off its naff-factor. Now barometer of denim cool, Elle 'the body' Macpherson, has chosen to rock Heathrows Airport's runway with a pair of eye-catching skinny jeans to prove us right. And with that, tie dye is officially COOL!

The first indicators came from the denim world when we started spotting tie-dye jeans a few months back. Paige’s Verdugo versions have been worn by Olivia Palermo, Poppy Delevigne and Minka Kelly and the savagely bleached versions from LFW’s Danielle Scutt getting fashion eds in a spin. But it doesn’t stop with denim.

When Battleship actress Brooklyn Decker wore Isabel Marant’s tie jacket and embellished ‘Weez’ jacket, it sold out everywhere despite the £2,525 price tag. Then tie dye jumpers hit the shop floors of Topshop, floaty maxis swept in at Zara and there’s been an abundance of ‘90s rave tie dye tees - like the brilliant ones Natasha Stolle has designed for Lulu & Co. - dancing the night (and morning) away in kool-kid clubs across the country. You can find all of the best products to get the look in the magazine, (so if you haven’t got it already, it’s fairly essential to buy this week's mag and make this traditionally man-repelling item look gorgeous) but here’s our fashion forward celebrity roll call of tie dye divas - scroll through the gallery above...



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