Sunday, March 15, 2015
Harper's Bazaar American Style Icons
GRACE KELLY 50's American actress and princess Her style was classic prep fashion with knotted silk scarves and classic pearls. MARILYN MONROE She wore chic basics. Like jeans, striped tees and button-downs. Her style also included slip dresses, blonde bob and sultry red lipstick. ELIZABETH TAYLOR She wore elegant shades of emerald. Her style was turbans, empire-waisted dresses and her signature Bulgari jewels. LAUREN HUTTON She wore jumpsuits to pairing denim skirts with a silky tee. She wore menswear clothing. Anywhere from inspired pieces to sleek. COURTNEY LOVE She was part of the 90's grunge with pastel-colored slip dresses. Dramatic make-up and hair. MADONNA She has always been an influence with her ever changing styles. LAUREEN BACALL She liked her hair finger-waved. She wore silky pantsuits and cut-out dresses. JAQUELINE KENNEDY ONASSIS Her style was thick oversized sunglasses, camel trench coats, well-fitted blazers and printed dresses. STEVIE NICKS Her style was hippie chic. She likes to mix textures and colors. DEBBIE HARRY She likes anything from band tees, embellished leather jackets to army-inspired pieces. She had punk rock edge in the 70's. JOSEPHINE BAKER She was in the Parisian nightlife scene in the 1920's. She is famous for her barely-there feathered skirts, Art Deco jewelry, lavish silks and leopard prints. One of her more iconic outfits was a skirt made from fake bananas. MARLENE DIETRICH She was continually reinventing her look. DIANA ROSS In the disco days of the late 70's, she wore high-shine flowing fabrics and larger-than-life hair.