Audrey Hepburn's classic elegance is still being emulated today – she made all-black anything but boring.
Marilyn Monroe's striped dress and chic mules would make any modern-day fashionista proud.
Brigitte Bardot looks like style goddess Kate Moss in looks of leather.
Lauren Bacall knew that good tailoring could take any outfit to the next level.
Elizabeth Taylor rocking a crop top and a high-waisted pant.
No one can rock a palazzo pant quite like Katherine Hepburn.
Bianca Jagger was the epitome of '70s cool – and still is.
We could see Diana Ross' embroidered off-the-shoulder gown on any number of divas still today...
Marilyn Monroe's chic long-sleeved gown is reminding up of Margot Robbie at the 2015 Oscars.
Brigitte Bardot knew a classic trench would never go out of style.
Lauren Bacall was rocking a power-shoulder well before the '80s ever claimed them.
Grace Kelly's nautical chic would still work on the French Riviera in 2015.
Marilyn Monroe knew how to dress those infamous curves.
The pencil dress was a signature look for Marilyn, with the classic style still being on trend today.
Audrey Hepburn knew that a crisp white shirt goes with everything – and those strappy flats will be everywhere this summer.
Lauren Bacall's LBD has a modern-twist even for today with the plunging neckline and cut-out features.
We could see Keira Knightley rocking Marilyn Monroe's pretty floral frock!
Elizabeth Taylor knew lace was, is and always will be in.
Jackie Kennedy was the queen of elegance, and this monochrome frock would still be perfect for a first lady, like Michelle Obama, to wear today.
Off-the-shoulder looks, like Marilyn Monroe's here, are having a major moment again...
A classic pastel frock and a flat straw hat are two trends we'll be seeing this spring racing season, but it was Audrey Hepburn who did it first!
Lauren Bacall's shoulder-grazing frock oozed sophisticated sex appeal – and still does!
Audrey Hepburn's checkered shirt and tailored white shorts are still summer staples.
We know a certain miss Taylor Swift who might have taken some style cues from this look on Marilyn Monroe.
Vivien Leigh knew that voluminous sleeves needed to be balanced out with a cinched-in waist.
While her striped pants and black and white top are serious business, pigtails can only make the same statement when worn by Audrey Hepburn!