The high-top boots, the happy pants, the US team baseball caps. It was peak 1990s teen fashion dominating the front page on this day in 1994.
And it was the day our readers were first introduced to Generation Y, who've been an one-and-off obsession for marketers, media and older generation grumps ever since.
"Just as society was coming to terms with the concept of Generation X a new world report on youth ... has defined a generational niche for eight to 14-year-olds," a report read.
The report was from an advertising agency, and identified the "tweens" (10-14) and "pre-tweens" (eight to 10) as a powerful new consumer base.
To give insight into this new generation, Rami Annous, 13, and Arran Kiloh and Leigh Hennessy, both 14, modelled the fashion of the day, which was very much all-American.
"I get $15 a week pocket money and I spend most of it on clothes...fashionable stuff like Slouch pants and a lot of American college tops," Arron, described as a "self-confessed fashion fiend" said.
Another boy, 10-year-old Michael Melican, was not-so-carefully managing with his $6-a-week pocket money.
"Sometimes I save my money but usually I just go out and spend it on wrestling magazines or save up for Sega games," he said.
The report referenced in the article cited the top five generations for Gen Y in order as being CDs, entertainment, snacks, confectionery, clothes and video games.