In 2012, Lenny Kravitz wore a now-famous oversized scarf that put all of our cozy fall outerwear to shame.
The scarf was so big it caught the internet's full attention, and the look turned into a meme that would continue to resurface for years to come.
Now, over a decade later, Kravitz has resurfaced the scarf in his first-ever TikTok post, cleverly posting his debut on the first day of fall.
"Grab your big scarf," Kravitz says in the video, strutting down the pavement while wearing the oversized, chunky brown scarf. "It's the first day of fall."
For the video, Kravtiz paired his scarf with new fall essentials including a leather jacket, oversized sunglasses and dark denim jeans.
"We're here for it," The Weather Channel's official TikTok account posted in a comment on Kravitz's video.
Kravitz isn't the first celebrity to come up with a fun way to join the social platform: In 2020, Gal Gadot joined TikTok with behind-the-scenes bloopers from "Wonder Woman." Fleetwood Mac's Mick Fleetwood also joined the platform with a lip-synch video to the band's hit song, "Dreams."