Top Photo: Vintage 1950s tulle party dress ($89) and 1940s Eisenberg Swarovski crystal necklace ($695) at AlexSandra’s Vintage Emporium
Image: Jenny Hannah Roche

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In 1990 & ’91, director David Lynch’s TV series Twin Peaks wove the mystery of a murdered homecoming queen (the tragic Laura Palmer), the no-nonsense FBI agent Dale Cooper, and a Northwest town seething with sex, the supernatural, and an unlikely but amazing sense of style. A quarter-century later, a new season will come to Showtime next year. To celebrate, we re-create ’90s grit and glamour that’s very of the moment.

Paul Smith Mac coat ($595) at Nordstrom; Prada dress shirt ($495), Ermenegildo Zegna striped silk tie ($195), and taupe pants ($495) Gravati leather shoes ($750) at Marios; Shinola Canfield black dial watch ($650) at Shinola

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The series stirred up memorable, entirely age-inappropriate high school drama for characters like Donna and Audrey.

On Donna: Vintage gabardine skirt ($32) at AlexSandra’s Vintage Emporium; BP plaid button-up ($44), Astr faux suede moto jacket ($88), and Sbicca “Geneen” suede fringe booties ($90) at Nordstrom; Minnie & George circle crossbody purse ($274) at MadeHere Pdx

On Audrey: Vintage crop sweater ($42), Queen Ann of California plaid pencil skirt ($42), Life Stride cork kitten heels ($68), and vintage gold buckle bracelet ($75) at AlexSandra’s Vintage Emporium

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Could a small town near the Canadian border really spawn an elaborate netherworld that included a luxury brothel? In Twin Peaks (and at the show’s elegantly debauched hideaway One-Eyed Jack’s), the answer was yes. 

On Audrey: Va Bien lace bustier ($64), Simone Perele lace panties ($38), and Salva sheer white robe ($140) at Oh Baby; costume ruby earrings ($22) at AlexSandra’s Vintage Emporium

On Cooper: Eton tuxedo shirt ($275) and Lanvin tuxedo ($2,495) at Mario’s; See round metal glasses ($319) at See Eyewear

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In Twin Peaks, nothing was quite as it seemed—not the owls, not the families, and definitely not the cryptic lumber-toting character known as the Log Lady.

Halogen knit turtleneck ($39) and Nordstrom traditional pinpoint dress shirt ($55) at Nordstrom; vintage wooden acorn brooch ($68) and Ray Bolger mohair wrap ($325) at AlexSandra’s Vintage Emporium; See cat-eye glasses ($249) at See Eyewear

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Cooper’s investigation of Laura’s murky past led to some strange places—some real, some not—and the terrifying phantom villain known as BOB.

On Laura: Dorothy O’Hara 1950s cocktail dress ($68) and vintage pearl brooch ($78) at AlexSandra’s Vintage Emporium

On Bob: H&M plaid button-up ($25), straight-leg jeans ($40), and denim shirt jacket ($35) at H&M

On Cooper: Pal Zileri navy suit ($1,695), Prada dress shirt ($495),  and Ermenegildo Zegna navy tie ($195) at Mario’s


Styled by Eden Dawn/Photographs by Jenny Hannah Roche

Hair and Makeup Sheri Mendes / Hair and makeup assistant Cody Matson / Wardrobe assistant Irene Vipperman / Photo assistant Haily Elizabeth Graham Lighting Tech Fernando Cabrejos / Models: Jon Bebe as Agent Cooper (Q6) / Amber Stonebraker as Audrey Horne (Option) / Danica Marsh as Laura Palmer (Option) / Taylor jean Grady as Donna Hayward (Q6) / John Whitaker as Bob (Q6) / Introducing Pennie Lane as the Log Lady

Photographed on location on Sauvie Island, the Clinton Street Theater, and Fuller’s Coffee Shop

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