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Spice Girls: blast from the past

In this week's Stylist, Geri Halliwell discusses the new Spice Girl musical Viva Forever, which opens next week, transporting us straight back to a time when Cool Britannia ruled and giant platform boots were flying off the shelves. Because really, you couldn't beat the Spice Girls when it came to genius s0-dodgy-it's-brilliant fashion. They were the epitome of nineties glitz and garishness. Come join us in a trip down memory lane (and try not to get dewy-eyed), as we remind you of their very best fashion moments...

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