Style Iconography

From the time the meaning of style was identified and labelled, every era has selected its own beautiful creatures with coveted faces and incredible taste to be their muse, their inspiration, their leader to watch, behold and follow. The following are mine, plucked from the fifities right through to the present and in no particular order,  each offer a certain mesmerising quality,  from how the hair is styled to the application of make-up and of course, the clothing choice.

Anna Dello Russo, Editor at Large, Vogue Japan

Mary Kate and Ashley Olsen, designers/actresses

Carrie Bradshaw, Sex&The City, played by Sarah Jessica ParkerChloe Sevigny, actress

Daphne Guinness, heiress/socialite

Lady Gaga, pop icon and singer

Penny Lane, Almost Famous, played by Kate Hudson

Brigitte Bardot, actress

Debbie Harry, frontwoman for the band, Blondie

Marilyn Monroe, actress

Marie Antoinette, Dauphine of France, played by Kirsten Dunst in the film of same name by Sofia Coppola

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~ by Rae on December 20, 2010.

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