Celebrities are under constant public pressure and commitment and this fact forces them to always look a certain way. There is an unspoken rule saying that public people shouldn’t wear the same clothes twice — it’s considered bad manners. However, there are people who ignore this rule and don’t find it shameful to appear in the same attire in public several times. If you like a dress and feel comfortable wearing it, why not put it on again?
GIGGAG remembered 10 cases when celebrities repeated the same look at different events and felt wonderful.
Padma Lakshmi looked stunning in this red dress by J. Mendel in 2018 at the Emmy Awards ceremony. However, for some people, this image looked familiar. All because Padma had already shown up in this dress in 2017 at the Vogue India Women of the Year Award. The actress explained her choice of attire by the fact that time and work spent creating this dress deserves that it be worn again and again. For Lakshmi, wearing it will show how valuable it is.
Naomi Campbell shined in her silver Versace dress at the “Fragrance Foundation Awards” in 2015 where nominees were awarded for significant achievements in the perfume field. However, it was in 1998 when Naomi first put on this dress. Despite such a big time gap, the garment looked as stunning as before.
Helen Mirren loved her black dress with a green flower print created by Dolce & Gabbana so much — that she wore it quite often from 2013-2015. It was this dress that she was wearing at the premiere performance of Finding Neverland and A Midsummer Night’s Dream as well as at “The Prince’s Trust & Samsung Celebrate Success Awards” and the “Empire Awards.” Thanks to correctly chosen cardigans, accessories, and shoes, Helen managed to make her every appearance look unique and different from the others, at the same time keeping her traditional elegant style.
Helena Bonham Carter always has a unique sense of style and chooses her garments in accordance with her inner sense of perception of the world. She could easily appear in the same dress at different events. In March 2010, the actress came to the to the premiere of the movie Alice in Wonderland in a scarlet atlas dress. Later she showed up twice in the same dress — at the BAFTA Awards in London and at a tea party for the same awards in Los Angeles.
Susan Sarandon showed up in this little black dress with a print at the premiere of the movie The Last of Robin Hood on the second day of the Toronto International Film Festival. 2 years later, the actress repeated her look while visiting the Broadway premiere of the musical Hamilton in New York.
Tiffany Haddish, an actress and a stand-up comedian, bought a white dress created by Alexander McQueen for $4,000 in 2017. She has already worn it 3 times since then. In July, she showed up wearing this attire at the premiere of the movie Girls Trip, in November on Saturday Night Live, and later at The Oscars. According to Tiffany, many celebrities supported her in choosing the same attire for different events and even got inspired by her example.
Sophia Loren, the Italian actress, wore this elegant black dress with transparent sleeves at the 67th Annual Golden Globe Awards. One year later, she greeted guests gathered for the celebration of the 150th anniversary of the unification of Italy wearing the same dress.
In 2013, Keira Knightley chose a Chanel, knee-length, tulle dress as her wedding attire. However, after the celebration, the actress didn’t want to say goodbye to her favorite piece of clothing and later attended an annual charity evening called the “Serious Fun Gala” aimed at raising funds for the rehabilitation of children’s camps, wearing the same dress. But this time the dress had additional long transparent sleeves, which made the actress look completely different.
Kirsten Dunst showed up in her tiny lace dress by Christian Lacroix at the Vanity Fair party for The Oscars in 2004. 13 years later, the actress repeated her look at the presentation of a new collection by “The Garden of Kalahari” in Paris.
We would never expect to see the Editor in Chief of Vogue Magazine — Anna Wintour — repeating her attire. This woman is considered one of the most influential figures in the fashion world. Wintour first put on her flower dress by Lanvin at the “Moet & Chandon” event organized by the French champagne company. One month later, she appeared in the same dress at the Yves Saint Laurent show at Paris Fashion Week.
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