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In The Craft, Fairuza Balk, Robin Tunney, Neve Campbell, and Rachel True starred as four teenage outcasts who dabble in witchcraft and form a coven. Today marks the 20th anniversary of the beloved teen classic. While ’90s-inspired clothing and witchy outfits might still be in fashion today, you’ll still get total #TBT vibes when you see what the cast and other celebs wore to the film’s movie premiere in 1996. Hint: there are totally chokers and cut-outs.

Invoke the power of Manon and travel back in time with these vintage red carpet pics!

Rachel True

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Rachel True, who played Rochelle in the movie, wore a crop top and a choker to the premiere. Can’t get any more ’90s than that!

Neve Campbell

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Neve Campbell, a.k.a. Bonnie, showed up in a corset and matching skirt. Very “Renaissance Faire meets ’90s.” Later that year she would star in teen horror flick, Scream, with her Craft co-star Skeet Ulrich.

Robin Tunney

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Robin, who played good witch Sarah, made her entrance in a ballgown fit for the Met Ball.

Fairuza Balk

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Fairuza looked like a glammed up version of her character Nancy Downs.

Christine Taylor

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Christine Taylor, whose character bullied Rachel True’s in the film, wore a silk-button up shirt with her pantsuit. And is that a wingtip shoe spotted in the background? So VERY ’90s.

Rebecca Gayheart

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Guess who else came to the premiere! Rebecca Gayheart, who was known as the Noxzema Girl. Three years later she would star in another 90’s teen classic — Jawbreaker.

Claire Danes

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In another dimension that is slightly different from the one we are in now, Claire Danes was also in The Craft.

Kirsten Dunst

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Kirsten Dunst also came to the premiere and looked adorably casual in a denim jacket. Oh, 1990s, you never fail to give good flashback.