There’s no denying that some fashion never goes out of style. Breakfast at Tiffany’s is a go-to example for classic style. Audrey Hepburn worn her sophisticated LBD in 1961 and it hasn’t gone out of fashion since.
While very few fashion pieces have held their value and trendiness like the LBD has, there are other culturally relevant outfits that will always be in style.
Take this Marilyn Monroe example. I think everyone has seen a picture of her wearing this dress, originally featured in 1955’s The Seven Year Itch. If the dress doesn’t look familiar here, this picture below will spark your memory.
That’s not to say that every iconic fashion moment that has ever happened revolves around formal wear. There are trends and celebrities that have stood the test of time. Brooke Shields in Calvin Klein is a look that will never be forgotten.
This grunge look from Kate Moss is also iconic in its on way. When has a t-shirt with a white tank ever not been in style? This is one that will be around for years to come.
There are a dozen other people I could list, including Princess Diana, Jennifer Lopez, Twiggy, Whitney Houston, Madonna, Selena Quintanilla-Perez, Coco Chanel, Britney Spears, the cast of Clueless. These are the people and the films that inspired generations to dress a certain way–and many of them have remained relevant after all the time.
1. Audrey’s Little Black Dress
2. Marilyn’s Glamorous All-White Look
3. Grace’s Fashionable Evening Wear
4. Brooke’s Casual Cool
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5. Kate’s Grunge Fashionista Look
6. Julia’s Sultry and Sexy Ensemble