12 Celebrities Who Channeled Fashion Icons of the Past and Made Us Travel Through Time

They say fashion trends repeat, and celebrities stepping out in outfits that resemble the looks of fashion icons from the past prove it better than any words. Nicole Kidman looking just like Audrey Hepburn in My Fair Lady, Dua Lipa performing in a sparkling purple dress that gave strong Diana Ross vibes, and Harry Styles paying a subtle tribute to Princess Diana with his sheep patterned vest — here are just a few times the outfits of our favorite celebrities sparked feelings of pleasant nostalgia in our hearts.

We at Bright Side want to recall 12 times when celebrities of today, intentionally or not, channeled celebrities of the past and took us on a little time travel.

1. Lady Gaga at the Academy Awards in 2019...

...and Audrey Hepburn in Breakfast at Tiffany’s, 1961

2. Nicole Kidman attending an event in Australia in 2012...

...and Audrey Hepburn in My Fair Lady, 1964

3. Paris Hilton at the launch of her fragrance in 2010...

...and Marilyn Monroe at the Golden Globe Awards in 1960

4. Harry Styles in Manhattan, 2019...

...and Princess Diana attending Windsor Polo in 1981

5. Angelina Jolie at the BAFTA Awards ceremony in 2018...

...and Princess Diana at the White House in 1985

6. Elle Fanning attending the Met Gala in 2017...

...and Princess Diana attending Cannes Film Festival in 1987

7. Camila Cabello performing on stage in 2018...

...and Marilyn Monroe in Gentlemen Prefer Blondes, 1953

8. Nicky Hilton on her wedding day in 2015...

...and Grace Kelly in her wedding dress in 1956

9. Sarah Jessica Parker stepping out at the Met Gala in 2014...

...and Grace Kelly in Rear Window, 1954

10. Meghan, the Duchess of Sussex at an event that was part of her tour around New Zealand in 2018...

...and Grace Kelly in Dial M for Murder, 1954

11. Amal Clooney at the Golden Globe Awards in 2015...

...and Jacqueline Kennedy posing for a photograph during an event at the White House in 1961

12. Dua Lipa performing on stage in 2021...

...and Diana Ross singing at a concert in 1983

Which styles did you like most — the modern versions or the original ones from the past? Why?

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