These Celebs Are Turning Into Fashion Icons

Designers start the trends, but celebrities make the trends. While paparazzi catching stars off duty gave us a deeper glimpse of their style in last decade, social media has made it much easier for us to catch up on our star’s daily look book. The end result, star outfits more on point than ever and cultish fanbase dedicated to replicating the look. Here’s a glimpse of some of the most influential star street styles.

Selena Gomez

Selena Gomez is the quintessential millennial fashion icon. The Instagram darling has helped revive the concert t-shirt and popularize the oversized sweater, and the sneaker.

Bella Hadid
Bella Hadid lives and breathes fashion, so it’s no surprise that her street style is on par! When she’s not on the runway, the supermodel’s style is eclectic and little experimental playing with a lot of white on white ensembles. The model was also instrumental on popularizing the 90s trends.


Is there anything Rihanna can’t do. The singer turned mogul is the strongest voice of inclusivity and diversity in the fashion realm – thanks to her makeup line, Fenty Beauty and her lingerie line Savage X Fenty.

Aside from being the reigning queen of the Met Gala, Rihanna proves that she is the ultimate street style fashion chameleon wearing everything from cool girl brand Area, Y Projects Thigh High Uggs, and raising popularity to the #oldceline movement on social media.

Lady Gaga

She may be known as Mother Monster and one reason is for her savage sense of style. Lady Gaga dares to make true fashion statements that will stand the test of time. She is such an icon that she was apart of campaigns for Tiffany & Co. and Versace.

She’s such a strong influence in the world of fashion that she is one of the hosts of the upcoming Met Gala. Gaga’s current sense of style is leaning towards more classic Hollywood glamour and shows that her style is ever-evolving.

Olivia Palermo

It’s safe to say that Olivia Palermo is to East coast as Kim is to the West coast. Before she was even a fashion editor or could dream of her reoccurring role on the city, Olivia was a socialite causing a stir on the fashion scene for her impeccable taste and love of her signature blazers.

Hailed as the best dressed New Yorker the real life Blair Waldorf is the embodiment of the Upper East side. She’s also accredited to popularizing the lob and balayage highlights.

Victoria Beckham

Victoria Beckham’s name has sat atop any fashion “best of” list for the past two decades, and its not just for her endless closet of Birkins. The former spice girl turned fashion designer has defined London style moving it out of the bohemian era and into a more poised and polished aesthetic.