What goes around comes back around! Celebrity fashion twins with nearly IDENTICAL outfits across the decades prove style is eternal

  • Stars like Taylor Swift and Beyoncé take inspiration from older celebrities 
  • Some are iconic fashion moments, while others are taken from films 
  • The fashion twin moments are often as far apart as 50 years 

And the exact same thing could be said for some current celebrities, who whether knowingly or not, are guilty of channelling the vintage looks of the actresses and singers of yesteryear.

Here FEMAIL rounds up modern day stars and their vintage fashion twins.

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When she walked the red carpet at the SAG Awards in 2014, actress Sarah Hyland, 24, decided to channel one of Hollywood’s timeless fashion icons, Audrey Hepburn.

Hyland chose the shell-pink floaty number for the Hollywood event – an almost uncanny take on Hepburn’s Givenchy gown from 1959.

When Beyoncé and husband Jay Z turned up at this year’s recent Met Gala, tongues were set wagging at the provocative nature of her dress.

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Jennifer Lopez, 45, chose to channel her inner Marilyn Monroe when she took to the 2009 Golden Globe awards in a dress similar to one sported by the Fifties Hollywood actress back in her time.

Both dresses were composed of a shimmering gold material and had a halter neck design, with the front dripped dramatically low to the navel.

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Rihanna caused jaws to drop when she took to the red carpet last year for the CFDA Fashion Awards in a completely sheer dress and matching sheer gloves.

Sporting a pink fur stole and a glittery tie-back cap, the 27-year-old emulated a flapper-esque look reminiscent of the roaring Twenties – minus the audacious show of skin.

Her look brought to mind the glamorous style of dancer, singer and actress Josephine Baker who reigned supreme in Paris during the Twenties.

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It’s only to be expected that comparisons are regularly made between the late Princess Diana and the Duchess of Cambridge, Kate Middleton.

Back in 2006, before the royal wedding, Kate donned a red coat and an ornate black broad-brimmed hat that mirrored an outfit worn by Princess Diana back on Christmas day in 1993.

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With burlesque dancer Dita Von Teese, 42, emulating a vintage style reminiscent of Old Hollywood, it’s easy to see how she would draw comparisons to stars such as Italian actress Sophia Loren, who rose to fame in the Sixties.

In this instance, both brunettes wear revealing red bustier gowns that serve to showcase their curves, as well as a sultry red lip.