Yolanda Hadid, 56
Maye Musk, 72
Most recently known for being the mother of engineer Elon Musk, Maye has been an intergral part of the fashion industry for her entire career. Maye has been a model for the past 50 years, appearing on the cover of multiple magazines, including Time. Most recently, Maye even became a model for makeup brand, Covergirl, at age 72. Aside from her son, her eccentric taste in fashion has made her a star in her own right.
Meg Ryan, 58
While she may be most famous for her roles in When Harry Met Sally and You've Got Mail, her fashion keeps getting better. In contrast to her cool and casual looks from the '90s, Ryan's 2020 style file includes sophisticated colour palettes and modern silhouettes.
Celine Dion, 52
From her reverse blazer from the 1999 Academy Awards, to her bright fuchsia power suits in 2020, fashion has never been lost on Celine Dion. Since the death of her husband, Rene Angelil in 2016, Dion has since sprung back into fashion icon status with the help of stylist Law Roach.
Halle Berry, 53
Robin Wright, 54
While her most iconic role in Forrest Gump showed us Robin Wright in a more laid-back style, it seems that her fashion sense off the film set, is more similar to her House Of Cards character, Claire Underwood. Strong co-ordinate pieces in simple, yet modern silhouettes is what keeps her wardrobe looking timeless.
Carolina Herrera, 81
The matriarch of her namesake fashion house, Carolina Herrera knows a thing or two about ageless style. While it can be easy to forget the face behind the brand, Herrera's personal style is just as fashion-forward as her label. Having dressed everyone from Jackie Onassis to Meghan Markle, Herrera just has one simple rule when it comes to ageless style: no jeans and definitely no bikinis.
Jane Fonda, 82
In her return to television, Jane Fonda's character in Grace and Frankie may dress well, but she certainly has nothing on Fonda's real-life style. From embellished jumpsuits to bright yellow gowns, it's clear Fonda finds the fun in fashion.
Cindy Crawford, 52
As her daughter Kaia Gerber makes waves in the modelling industry, it looks as if Cindy Crawford isn't ready to leave her place as fashion's most iconic muse.
Lauren Hutton, 76
Coined as the 'original supermodel', Lauren Hutton's esteemed career saw her earning the largest figure in modelling history. However, she refused to let age define her after she was dropped from a brand for her age, despite only being 41-years-old. She has since spent her career campaigning for wider use of older models, with her own style reflecting her reasoning. Impeccable tailoring and neutral tones have Hutton keeping on trend.
Christie Brinkley, 66
Most famously known for her modelling career with Sports Illustrated, Christie Brinkely was and still is the All-American girl. The model, actress and entrepreneur continues to make waves in the fashion industry with her sophisticated taste in tailored suiting and classic colour palettes.
Sophia Loren, 85
Icon of both the screen and the fashion industry, Italian actress Sophia Loren still looks runway ready at age 85. Known for her glamour and her grace, Loren continues to favour embellished pieces paired with extravagant jewellery. Whether it's her fashion on or off-screen, Sophia Loren's unapologetically seductive style is always a win in our eyes.
Kristin Scott Thomas, 60
Sarah Jessica Parker, 55
Sarah Jessica Parker has achieved style icon status during her career. The actress' most famous role as fashion-obsessed writer, Carrie Bradshaw in Sex And The City, proved to the world how to embrace eclectic fashion. And while many actors steer clear from the style of their on-screen counterparts, Parker's dedication to embellishments—and extremely high heels—proves that she will always be Carrie at heart.
Elle Macpherson, 56
Carmen Dell'Orefice, 88
A fashion icon in her own right, Carmen Dell'Orefice is famously known in the fashion industry for being the world's oldest working model. Gracing the cover of magazines from age 15, the American supermodel is simply elegance personified. Favouring a Chanel-like sense of style, Dell'Orefice is all about sporting chunky accessories and exaggerated silhouettes.