Fashion Flashback! Celeb Styles Then & Now
Though Holly Golightly and Lisbeth Salander have little in common, the stylish women who played them do: Both Audrey Hepburn (circa 1955) and selected chic and conservative LBDs, which they topped off with bold brows, red lips and sleek dos with side-parted bangs.
Black and white is always right, especially in the case of a floral-print midi skirt, like the ones jazz singer Peggy Lee (in 1952) and wore with simple tees and glamorous waves.
matches the high drama of Bette Davis’s feminine do from 1942, even adding similar statement earrings to complete the Old Hollywood look.
Five decades after Italian bombshell Pier Angeli said hello to yellow in 1960, Olivia Wilde steps out in an almost identical polka-dot V-neck blouse with the same major lapels.
THE KNITS ARE ALRIGHT
Crocheted dresses, like the version Twiggy donned in 1967, are experiencing a major resurgence among stars like Bar Refaeli, who also selects a white, waist-tied one.
Kourtney Kardashian gives a nod to Phoebe Cates’s 1983 ensemble – a sleek blue V-neckline top worn with a dark waist-cincher – but opts for a different jewel tone and updates the getup with sparkly danglers.
TAKING THE PLUNGE
If imitation is the sincerest form of flattery, Malin Akerman is seriously flattering Lauren Hutton. Her down-to-there white dress, delicate belt, beachy waves and bronze skin are practically a carbon copy of Lauren’s 1975 look.
SIMPLE & SEXY
Proof that jeans and a white tee will never go out of style: is effortlessly cool in a scoop-neck top and boot-cut denim, an outfit she accessorizes the same way British fashion icon Jane Birkin did in 1974, with colorful pumps, an eye-catching handbag and a barely there necklace.
Yellow-and-white wide-stripe sweaters aren’t the only thing and Jane Fonda (circa 1970) have in common: Both bombshells share the same side-parted, golden blonde locks.