Hollywood Style Icons: Women

#1 Elizabeth Taylor

The ultimate Hollywood Siren goes beyond iconic in this pic! The violet-eyed actress was not only gorgeous but she held two Academy Awards and many other accolades.


#2 Nicole Kidman

The Australian-American actress, singer and film producer is pictured here for GQ Magazine while filming ‘Moulin Rouge’ (2001). Her classic beauty, regal styling and award winning talent is renown worldwide!


#3 Marlene Dietrich

The Hollywood starlet and magnetic trend-setter began acting in the 1930s! She’s well known for a sensual androgynous look of both masculine and feminine attire, which began a fashion craze that remains popular today.


#4 Chloe Sevigny

The Fashion-It-Girl often dons vintage wardrobe finds. She has an unusual beauty that is both cool and natural and always effortless.. or so it seems ..lucky gal!


#5 Keira Knightley

The busy actress is also a fashion editorial fav! She is often recruited for publication shots by the best photographers and models for Chanel Coco Mademoiselle – Perfume by Chanel. This image was for Vogue UK (2011), by Mario Testino.. beautiful!


#6 Grace Kelly

The actress who later became the Princess of Monaco was one of the most photographed women of the 20th century. Renown for her classic beauty, she also had a distinct iconic feminine style that defined fashion in the 1950s.


#7 Mila Kunis

Being named ‘Esquire’s 2012 Sexiest Woman Alive’, the actor has garnered a lot of attention by both Hollywood and the Fashion Industries. She was also recruited by Christian Dior to represent their handbags.. and the campaigns are stunning!


#8 Penelope Cruz

The Spanish actress is not only gorgeous on and off screen, her talent sizzles! Her editorial spread with 2013 Campari Calendar renders us speechless and proves her iconic!


#9 Bridgitte Bardot

Bardot in the 1950s and 60s was a true style icon, a beauty from the past that we still look to. Her French “sex-kitten style” has impacted many generations!


#10 Mia Farrow 1960s

When the actress cut her hair into Vidal Sassoon’s pixie crop with luxe lashes as seen in her role for ‘Rosemary’s Baby’ (1968), the world was intrigued! We still see this classic look today.. think of actors Michelle Williams’ and Emma Watsons’ look today.


#11 Charlize Theron

The fashion model and award winning actress proves to be a classic Hollywood siren in a Gucci dress at the Oscars in 2004. Her stunning acting role in “Monster’ (2003) proved how chameleon she is!


#12 Audrey Hepburn ‘Funny Face’ (1957)

The actress is probably one of the most recognized Hollywood style icons ever. Her elfin elegance represents a 20th Century glamour that is rarely seen today.


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