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25 Women, Past and Present, Who Perfectly Define New York Style
Barbra Streisand:The legendary singer and actress—born and bred in Brooklyn—started developing her signature style in the 1960s, when she swiftly became known for structured hats, mod dresses, Peter Pan collars, and lots of leopard print.
Yoko Ono: Ono became an official New Yorker when she moved to the city with husband John Lennon, and her look has always managed to reflect her career in the art world. Think: androgynous suits, bowler hats, flats, and—later in life—a signature pixie cut.
Tina Chow:In the 1980s, Chow was the stuff of fashion-industry legend in New York. Both a model and jewelry designer, this icon didn't miss a party or gala around town, and always made headlines for wearing a unique mix of high end and vintage.
Solange Knowles: If there’s one young New Yorker who consistently brings it in the style department, it’s Solange.She long ago bypassed merely being “Beyoncé’s little sister,” establishing herself as one of fashion’s most exciting muses, in addition to being a musician in her own right.
There’s a reason we’re constantly gushing about this girl: Each time we see her out and about, she’s dressed like someone who trulygetsfashion. Unlike so many of today’s stars who dress for photo ops and tabloids and best-dressed lists and Instagram, Solange dresses for herself and, it would seem, for her love of fashion.
Sarah Jessica Parker: Despite being born in Ohio and kicking around L.A. for years starring in small movies, SJP landed the role of her lifetime—Carrie Bradshaw on "Sex and the City"—in 1998, which was as much about the unique style of New York as it was about sex and friendship. Since, the actress has become a de facto mascot for New York City style. She currently resides in the West Village.
Patti Smith:The original cool girl of rock and roll, Smith established a signature look that is all about easy, neutral oversized pieces. She may not be a native, but she made New York her home (anyone who lived in the world-famous Chelsea Hotel is, by definition, a real New Yorker!) and is considered one of the city's most celebrated artists.
Patricia Field:As the costume designer for several fashion-themed movies and TV shows based in New York ("Sex and the City," "Ugly Betty," and "The Devil Wears Prada" among them), Field has made a career of nailing the city's style, while also becoming known for her own signature red hair and kooky outfits.
Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen:They're the quintessential example of the American Fashion Dream. These cute Cali natives and former child stars redefined modern city style though their boho-tinged New York paparazzi shots in the early aughts, before buckling down and emerging as the epitome of serious-chic thanks to their CFDA-winning fashion lines the Row and Elizabeth and James.
Nicki Minaj:This born-and-bred Queens native has a style that's all her own—candy-colored wigs, daring leopard prints, skin-tight silhouettes—and it's made her one of the world's biggest pop stars.
Nico:This German singer-songwriter put down roots in New York after linking up with Andy Warhol and his crowd during the 1960s. Her style was a mix of European mod and easy pieces that New Yorkers live by today. Her regular gigs at Blue Angel in midtown meant that she defined herself as a stylish New Yorker and working musician.
Nan Kempner: Made famous for her bold fashion choices, such as refusing to be told she couldn't wear pants to iconic restaurant La Côte Basque, New York socialite Nan Kempner loved an OTT look and even had a Met museum exhibition dedicated to her.
Madonna:Since the late 1970s, Michigan native Madonna has made herself a native New Yorker, kicking off her career at famed East Village spots such as the Pyramid Club. She defined the city's style throughout the '80s—oversized leather jackets, tons of jewelry, bustiers—and changed with the times as swiftly as the city itself.
Lauren Santo Domingo: It's a given that thisVoguecontributor and Moda Operandi founder has access to every designer known to man, but it's thewayshe wears their clothes that makes us take notice. Whether it's a statement-making Delpozo top or a classic Valentino gown, LSD always manages to look achingly elegant and the epitome of uptown chic.
Lil Kim: This rapper's style is outrageous in the best possible way. As a Brooklyn native, LK admirably became known for having absolutely no boundaries, both with her music and with fashion. Who could ever forget that purple wig and boob-baring top?!
Lauren Bacall:The Bronx-born icon eventually moved to Manhattan to pursue her career as a model and actress, where she became known for her classic, ladylike sense of style and perfect finger waves. Most fashion fans agree the late Bacall remains a style icon for the ages.
Lady Gaga:This native Upper East Sider got her start playing clubs all over the city, and has since experimented with as many different personas as the city has neighborhoods. Whether it's a sheer body stocking, a dress made of meat, or a ladylike gown, Gaga takes risks and has fun with fashion, both hallmarks of New York style.
Jennifer Lopez: Bronx native Jennifer Lopez always knows how to dress for her body and bring the sex appeal, and often talks about how the city has affected her sense of styleandher music.
Jackie Onassis:During her time living in Manhattan after JFK's death, Jackie single-handedly made round sunglasses, trench coats, and pea jackets modern-day style staples for the uptown girl (and any woman who aspires to be one).
Iris Apfel: Anyone who follows fashion knows that 94-year-old Iris Apfel is a legend. A former interior designer, this New Yorker has been featured in every publication fromVoguetoArchitectural Digest and is absolutely worth idolizing for her completely idiosyncratic sense of style and "more is more" approach to everyday dressing.
Grace Jones:Queen of parties and nightlife, Jones became a staple on the New York club scene in the 1970s, and is known for serious risk-taking, in both the fashion and beauty.
Edie Sedgwick:As Andy Warhol's main muse, Sedgwick made Breton stripes, pixies, statement earrings, and slinky dresses part of New York's fashion identity.
Diana Vreeland: Former editor ofHarper's Bazaar, Vreeland had an intelligent, confident approach to fashion that could be seen through her trademark red nails, chunky jewelry, and statement gowns.
Diana Ross:The singer made a statement with her hair, music, and sartorial sense during the 1980s nightlife scene in New York, whether she was present or just being played over the speakers at the disco. She currently lives right off Central Park.
Debbie Harry: This born-and-bred New Yorker's punk-rock style is unmatched and beyond influential today. A few trends Debbie Harry catapulted to icon status: double denim, leather jackets, and bleached hair.
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