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Denim, like leather, technically isn't a trend because there don't seem to be any¬†plans in the foreseeable future for people to stop wearing it. And why let go of something that goes with everything? Season after season designers keep reinventing (and usually¬†borrowing from the past) the ways we wear denim‚ÄĒfrom trying new silhouettes to experimenting with textures. Now, we're having an interesting moment where designers are influenced by trends from four decades. Mini dresses, high-waisted flares and bell bottoms from the '70s. Oversized denim jackets and mom jeans from the '80s. Denim skirts and frayed jeans from the '90s. Dresses over jeans, low-rise jeans, and denim head-to-toe from the early aughts.

This season high-end streetwear brands like Off-White, Marques'Almeida, and Koché (which just debuted for the first time at Paris Fashion Week) have been leading the way in what's next for denim. Off-White's Virgil Abloh told Vogue that he collaborated with Levi's to rework vintage pieces. We rounded up nine of our favorite denim moment on the runways this Spring 2016 season. From denim ballgowns (an chic update from Britney Spears in 2001)  to off-the-shoulder denim jackets, this is what we'll be wearing in the near future (also known as next spring).

1. Loose fitting, wide-legged trousers

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Anne Sophie Madsen show during Paris Fashion Week.
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2. Denim Ballgown

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3. Denim shoes

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4. Almost Famous denim coat

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5. Embellished denim duster coat

6. Off-the-shoulder denim

Anne Sophie Madsen, Guy Laroche and Chloé during Paris Fashion Week.

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7. Everything oversized

Marques'Almeida show during London Fashion Fashion Week
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Chloé show during Paris Fashion Week
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8. Frayed ruffled denim

Marques'Almeida show during London Fashion Week
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9. Pastel and graphic denim

Roberto Cavalli show during Milan Fashion Week.
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Tahirah Hairston is a style writer from Detroit who likes Susan Miller, Rihanna's friend's Instagram accounts, ramen and ugly-but cute shoes.