This chapter examines the “new nostalgia” in design practice today. Nostalgia has played a long and complex role in design history. But contemporary design is establishing a new approach toward history itself. The advent of vintage, retro, and newer forms of nostalgia break from the past, constituting older but still modern forms of remembrance.  Positing that these approaches to the past constitute a newer form of nostalgia, this chapter examines how older forms of design are being recycled and reused in the twenty-first century.