Italian fashion firm Kappa has reissued its infamous Vicky Pollard tracksuit.
The tacky trackie became a laughing stock when comedian Matt Lucas, 46, squeezed into one to perform as the “Yeah, but no, but” teenage delinquent in BBC comedy Little Britain.
Yet 20 years on since the first airing of the show – which once saw Kate Moss make a cameo in a Comic Relief special – fashion fans can pick up the new-look outfit for £50 or a cropped top for £23.
Online retailer Asos says: “The label’s collection includes T-shirts, tracksuits and mini-skirts.
“Nostalgic pieces with a contemporary update, all finished with its signature ticker-tape trims.”
Stylish sisters Kendall, 25, and Kylie Jenner, 23, are both fans of the firm.
And it is not only the ladies who seem to love it. Brooklyn Beckham, 21, and Formula One World Champion Lewis Hamilton, 35, have also been known to rock the look.
Vicky Pollard was a hugely popular character on BBC comedy sketch show Little Britain which ran from 2003 to 2007.
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She was one of the main characters and was renowned for her repetition of her "Yeah, but no, but" catchphrase.
The teenager was intended to be a parody of people living in the West Country encountered by Lucas when he was studying at the University of Bristol and she was never seen without her trademark pink tracksuit.
Last year high-end fashion brand Gucci started flogging a Vicky Pollard-style shellsuit that set customers back an eye-watering £1,800.
The Italian firm advertised it as "retro activewear".
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