Happy Birthday Monica Lewinsky! Look Back on her Changing Style
Four months after news of the former White House intern's relationship with President Clinton broke, a then 24-year-old Lewinsky was seen entering a restaurant in Washington, D.C., wearing an ankle length dress with her hair partially pulled back.
Back in D.C. where she awaited her House deposition in President Clinton's impeachment trial, Lewinsky went for an incognito look on her way into the Mayflower Hotel.
Lewinsky was all smiles while promoting her line of handbags for The Real Monica, Inc. at Henri Bendel in New York City in a floral embroidered jacket. At the time, Lewinsky was also appearing in commercials for Jenny Craig.
Now an active member of the New York social scene, Lewinsky ditched her trademark dark colors for a shining pair of pink pants, a glittering overcoat and a matching flower hair clip at the launch of Gotham Magazine.
A long-haired Lewinsky donned a knit poncho and jeans to the premiere of Knockaround Guys in New York City.
At another film screening, this time for Harvard Man, Lewinsky wore an ankle-length skirt, sandals, and a red Kabbalah bracelet.
With Bradley Bessey at the Young Hollywood Holiday Party in Los Angeles, Lewinsky sported bangs and another jean jacket, which had become a staple in her wardrobe at the time.
During one of her last public appearances before moving to England to attend the London School of Economics and avoiding the public eye for a decade, Lewinsky wore emerald earrings and an embroidered black jacket at Entertainment Weekly's Oscar Party
After re-embracing her status as a public figure and writing about her affair with Bill Clinton in Vanity Fair, Lewinsky joined editor David Friend at the Kitchen Spring Gala Benefit in New York.
Lewinsky owned the spotlight in a fitted black dress and nude heels for The Masterpiece Marie Curie Party in London.
In Beverly Hills for the Vanity Fair Oscar party, Lewinsky stood out in a radiant orange gown.
Putting her poncho days behind her, Lewinsky wore a black leather jacket and jeans in Los Angeles.
Speaking about cyberbullying during a celebrated speech at Cannes, Lewinsky wore blue heels and a black-and-white dress with shoulder cut-outs.