One of the greatest TV series’ of all time has returned. Yes, we’re talking about David Lynch’s weird and wonderful Twin Peaks, which disappeared from the airwaves in 1991.
The third season, which returned on Monday, features all your favourite characters, albeit 25 years older.
On first look, time has served them well. Agent Cooper is still handsome as ever, and Audrey Horne’s eyes seem to have only grown brighter.
The return also coincides with Australian Fashion Week, so we thought we’d take this opportunity to count down the top 5 looks from the first two seasons of the show. Spoiler: Audrey Horne wins.
5. James Hurley
Played by James Marshall, Hurley played the good guy gone bad. Problem was, he never really did anything bad, and he also couldn’t act for peanuts. His saving grace was his leather biker jacket with its wool fur trim, which looks as cool today as it did back then. A timeless look.
4. Maddy Ferguson
Laura Palmer’s cousin, played by Laura Palmer, aka Sheryl Lee, was way ahead of her time. Look at those oversized spectacles. Are you kidding me? Bailey Nelson just started selling the same frames this year for eight times the price.
3. Special Agent Dale Cooper
Who knew law enforcement could be so suave? Cooper copped a bullet and solved about 4 murders without a hair once falling out of place. Along with his perfectly groomed head, he wore a suit so well tailored Tom Ford was taking notes. And don’t get me started on that Khaki trench…
2. Josie Packard
The red lipstick, the cream blouses, the power suits. No wonder everyone was in love with Josie. She was a boss with impeccable style. Also, never will you see such a perfect execution of the pixie cut turned slick back on a woman’s head. Even Michelle Williams is in awe.
1. Audrey Horne
Whelp, no surprises here. Mostly because I told you who number one was in the intro. Anyway, Audrey Horne, played by Sherilyn Fenn, is untouchable in this show. Ha! I meant that style-wise, but it works quite literally too. Pairing pastel cashmere jumpers with perfectly pressed pleated skirts, she topped the look off with oxfords to really bring home that whole librarian chic allure thing she had going on. Honestly flawless.