If there’s one thing that celebrities are good at, it’s always being stylish! They have no choice but to be. They live in one of the most fashionable places that are full of people rocking different styles. So, you’ll always find such people wearing the best designer clothes and showing up in a breathtakingly beautiful ensemble. While fashion trends may change over time, some celebrities have managed to leave behind a fashion legacy that people continue to follow even today. There are certain styles out there that when you look at them, you can easily tell which celebrity the look is inspired by.
Here are a few examples.
1. Audrey Hepburn
Audrey Hepburn has rocked multiple styles throughout her career but nothing will beat her look from the hit movie ‘Breakfast at Tiffany’s.’ Soon after, Audrey Hepburn’s look of hers in a little black dress became a classic and was seen as one of the most influential and memorable looks of all time. This dress, which was originally designed by Coco Chanel, was a sleeveless black sheath dress paired with opera gloves and a hat. It channelled elegance and sensuality at the time.
2. Marilyn Monroe
Marilyn Monroe was a star who left too soon but she lives in the hearts of her fans through her never-ending fashion legacy, which is referenced to even today! When you look at her pictures in her swimsuit photoshoot, you’ll notice that she often wore high-waisted 2-piece swimsuits, which had all the hype in the 50s, and now they have officially made a come-back. This swimsuit was designed to accentuate the natural curves of a body while giving the freedom to move freely.
Known for her fun and doll-like makeup, Twiggy was a force to be reckoned with even in the world of fashion. In the 60s, miniskirts were considered to be the trend of the time and Twiggy was the one who could pull it off so effortlessly. Now, because of Twiggy’s fun skirts, you might find a lot of celebrities rocking a miniskirt on the red carpet.
These celebrities have not only changed the world of entertainment but they’ve also changed the world of fashion.