While Blossoms were dressed as The Spice Girls
“Did someone say Brit pop???” Anaïs posted on Instagram, along with the image of herself recreating Noel’s 90s get up, seemingly modelled after his now-iconic look from the band’s Maine Road gigs in 1996.
“P.S. I know my dad wore black trainers,” she continued, with the look completed by a ukelele painted to resemble Noel’s famous Union Jack guitar.
The rest of Blossoms were in attendance too, making up the full Spice Girls line-up with their own 90s music fancy dress.
The band posted an image of the bold fancy dress choice, with an apology to the recently-reformed girl group.
Anaïs is Noel’s eldest daughter, from his relationship with Meg Matthews. She is a model, and in 2018 was named as a contributing fashion editor for Tatler magazine.
Blossoms, meanwhile, say they have “two-album’s worth of songs” for a record they want to release this year.
When asked when their follow up to 2018’s ‘Cool Like You’ would appear, Ogden said: “Hopefully this year. We’ve written and demoed two album’s-worth of songs, so if we don’t get anything out, we’re lazy.
“It’s getting to Mark Ronson’s ear tonight. Why not? We need a producer!”