12 Fashion Icons To Channel This Halloween

Chic not spooky.

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Still nailing down your costume for Halloween? Get creative and consider dressing as one of these fashion icons.

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Dionne Davenport

Clueless’ Cher Horowitz and Dionne Davenport are fashion icons whose 1995 looks are back in the fashion zeitgeist again. Archive Photos/Moviepix/Getty Images

Marilyn Monroe

If Hollywood glamour is your thing, embrace the red carpet starlet’s style with a hip-hugging dress and gloves to match. Finish with a red lip, of course.M. Garrett/Archive Photos/Getty Images

Jennifer Lopez

This Versace dress from the 2000 Grammy awards is still an iconic red carpet moment. Recreate the look (J.Lo already did in 2019) if you’re somewhere warm. Scott Gries/Hulton Archive/Getty Images


There are too many iconic Cher looks to count, but this cutout iteration would be easy if you’ve bought an on-trend cutout dress this year.Michael Ochs Archives/Michael Ochs Archives/Getty Images

Harry Styles

Styles has become known for his playful, bold red carpet choices. Create his look at home with a bright blazer and a colorful boa as a finishing touch.Kevin Mazur/Getty Images Entertainment/Getty Images

Rei Kawakubo

The Comme des Garçons creative director is known for her mostly monochromatic uniform and blunt-banged haircut. Odds are a simple wig is all you’ll really need to make this work.Melodie Jeng/Getty Images Entertainment/Getty Images

Josephine Baker

Baker was an iconic dancer and singer during the 1920s — embrace her look with a drop waist dress and her signature slicked-down hairstyle.ullstein bild/ullstein bild/Getty Images

Naomi Campbell

Channel the iconic model’s 1994 turn down the Chanel runway with a pink tweed minidress and chain belt. Michel Arnaud/Corbis Entertainment/Getty Images

Dolly Parton

America’s country music darling is known for her big hair and big personality, prepare accordingly. Fotos International/Archive Photos/Getty Images

Bianca Jagger

Skip a corpse bride costume, and instead opt for what may be one of the most fashionable wedding looks ever. Express/Archive Photos/Getty Images

Jane Fonda

If you’re looking for a costume that will be comfy through a night of dancing, look no further than Fonda’s workout look. Harry Langdon/Archive Photos/Getty Images

Britney Spears

With the return of so many ‘00s trends on the runway, now is the ideal time to recreate any of Spears’ iconic looks from the era.KMazur/WireImage/Getty Images

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