By now Y2K style is less of a trend and more of an all-encompassing aesthetic that plenty of Zillenials are accustomed too. Fashion labels – from established names like Diesel to independent ones like Ghostboy – have built a cult following for their distinct take of Y2K fashion which is best known for playful mish-mash of fashion eras and influences, wild colours and irreverent layering. One person who has adopted the Y2K look is art, design and media undergraduate Sunny He, who is better known by her Instagram moniker Sunnysunnynee. Her social media page is a colourful mood board of nostalgic looks from the 2000s that recall icons from the time such as Blair Waldorf and Bratz dolls. In this short film, He tells Lasalle College of the Arts student Zhang Xintianyu why the style is a big part of her identity.