Get excited girls and boys for it seems comebacks aren't just for the music world (Spice Girls, Take That, Led Zepplin and co.) but are also extending to the fashion industry. Iconic '90s label Herve Leger is set to make a storming return to the catwalk with the announcement that head designer Max Azria (pictured) has been given the green light to show at New York Fashion Week in February. It will mark the first time that the label has shown since the mid-nineties.

"I've spent the last year focusing on redesigning and reinventing the brand, while staying true to the house's heritage," he recently told WWD.

So in this time of body con revival will we see this on the Herve Leger (maestro of the bandage dress) catwalk? Or more Max Azria style loose-fitting shift dresses? Only time will tell.

Meanwhile, it is also reported that '70s label Halston will also be headed for a return to NY Fashion Week with a show on the 4th February 2008.

The house was recently bought by Harvey Weinstein who enlisted the services of Rachel Zoe and Jimmy Choo's Tamara Mellon to sit on the creative board. I can see the celebs scrambling for a spot on the front row already...

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