Rebecca Romaine and drew Barrymore

Not so long ago we published a compilation of archival footage from the party for supermodels of the 90s, but today we offer you to continue this nostalgic photo marathon and see how fun the actors and musicians (although some models also came in handy).

in addition, this collection is also a kind of excursion into the history of the famous Hollywood couples of the past — those who are forever in our heart (demi Moore and Bruce Willis!), and those, whose novels we have been able to forget (Kylie Minogue and lenny Kravitz — just because the 90s was highly turbulent).

Jake Gyllenhaal exposes the torso, Cameron Diaz is dancing like nobody’s watching, Jennifer Lopez celebrates its 30th anniversary, Kate moss and johnny Depp resemble, who’s been the best Ambassador the life of rock-n-roll: look at footage from the 90s and the beginning of a zero!

Reese Witherspoon in the 90-ies Kylie Minogue and lenny Kravitz in 1995 Mariah Carey leaves the party in 1991 Kate moss and johnny Depp in 1995 Jennifer Lopez celebrates its 30th anniversary in 1999 Sarah Jessica Parker at a party in 1994 Halle berry and Eric Benet in 2000 Scarlett Johansson leaving the party in 1998 Liv Tyler and Stella McCartney in 1999 Tom Ford and cate Blanchett in 2002 piers Morgan and Catherine Zeta-Jones in London in 1992 Kate Hudson in 1997 Kate beckinsale Michael sheen, 2001 Julia Roberts and Kiefer Sutherland (with a six-pack) in 1990 Gwen Stefani and Gavin Rossdale in new York city in 2000 Edward Norton and dancer Cameron Diaz in Miami in 1999 Gwyneth Paltrow and Winona Ryder at the party Giorgio Armani in 1996 demi Moore and Bruce Willis going to a party in honor of the 30th anniversary Actresses, 1992 Susan Sarandon, Jake Gyllenhaal (inflated torso — here are his papers!) and Dustin Hoffman in Toronto in 2002 Arnold Schwarzenegger and Goldie hawn in 1992 Heather Graham and Heath Ledger in 2001

Tony ward and Madonna at the premiere of the film “Goodfellas” in 1990 Rebecca Romaine and drew Barrymore at the party in honor of the anniversary program Saturday Night Live in 1999