Stepping out at the Governors Awards in 2019, Jennifer Lopez's elaborate braided updo and diamond necklace were Kelly-esque.
Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge
Although she's never confirmed it, many have thought Grace Kelly was the inspiration behind Kate Middleton's Alexander McQueen wedding dress, which features many of the same elements, including full-length lace sleeves, a full pleated skirt, a fitted bodice and a defined waist.
As Grace Kelly is her grandmother, it's no surprise that Charlotte Casiraghi looked to her for inspiration for her wedding. The royal chose to wear her famous diamond festoon necklace as a tribute.
Diana, Princess of Wales
Rumour has it that Princess Diana's Catherine Walker gown for the 1987 Cannes Film Festival was inspired by Grace Kelly's pleated gown in To Catch A Thief.
For her appearance at the 2012 Oscars, Penélope Cruz wore a tucked and waved hairstyle reminiscent of Grace Kelly's signature look.
Princess Eugenie of York
Princess Eugenie revealed she used an image of Grace Kelly in To Catch a Thief as inspiration for her reception gown. "I wanted something reminiscent of Grace Kelly in To Catch a Thief so I showed that for reference and Zac [Posen] came up with this silk that he'd found from Manchester," she said.
Meghan, Duchess of Sussex
When Meghan Markle stepped out in New Zealand wearing this fit-and-flare dress, many pointed out the similarity to Grace Kelly's Dial M for Murder dress.
From the elegant bun to the asymmetrical tulle cape, this Monique Lhuillier dress bears a resemblance to one worn by the princess.
Sarah Jessica Parker
From the black bodice, white skirt and white gloves, SJP's 2014 Met Gala outfit bore a striking resemblance to Grace Kelly's look in Rear Window.
Did Grace Kelly start the scarf-top trend? Bella Hadid was spotted out in 2017 wearing a style similar to one worn by Kelly on the set of Mogambo.