It seems that every starlet these days Hollywood has a
platinum blonde pixie, with actresses like Zoë Kravitz and model Cara Delevingne leading the trend on and off the red carpet. The trend continued at Tom Ford’s runway show during New York Fashion Week, where models Kendall Jenner and Gigi Hadid each sported faux, feathered pixies. While many suggested that Jenner was channeling her mother, Kris Jenner, it’s more likely that Ford was drawing inspiration from the many actresses throughout history, from Audrey Hepburn to Mia Farrow, who have made the pixie cut an iconic hair statement. Other leading ladies have followed in their footsteps. Natalie Portman, for example, buzzed off her locks in preparation for a role, while for those who were bold enough to try the look on their own, like actresses Jennifer Lawrence and model Emma Watson, the pixie cut served as a new style. Here, a look back at the most best pixie cuts over the years.
Actress Audrey Hepburn posed with full brows and a creamy, red lip in 1955.
British supermodel Twiggy made her pixie cut the ultimate fashion statement by pairing it with her famous spider lashes.
Known for her iconic feathered, golden locks, in 1986 actress Goldie Hawn briefly rocked a tousled pixie.
Actress Mia Farrow wore her sleek, golden blonde pixie in her film
A Dandy in Aspic in 1968.
Madonna wore her feathered, platinum blonde pixie with a dark burgundy lip while out in Los Angeles in 1986.
Supermodel Linda Evangelista wore her dark brunette pixie swept over at The Fashion Group International’s 6th Annual Night of 100 Stars in 1989.
Actress Gwyneth Paltrow put a minimalist spin on her golden pixie with a single hair barrette at the Marie Claire Magazine’s First Reader’s Choice Fashion & Beauty Awards in 1997.
Actress Winona Ryder attended the
Girl, Interrupted Hollywood premiere in 1999, pairing her tousled pixie with a satin mauve lip.
Supermodel Kate Moss wore her pixie cut with full bangs and luminous skin at the Montjuic Palace: Frock’n Roll Gala in 2001.
As one of the most iconic moments in Oscar’s history, Halle Berry accepted her Academy Award with her ultra sleek pixie in 2002.
Actress Keira Knightley wore her highlighted pixie in swept over bangs with a soft brown smoky eye at
The Jacket Los Angeles premiere in 2005.
Actress Natalie Portman sported a pixie for her action-packed role in
V for Vendetta in 2006.
Designer Victoria Beckham wore her dark brunette pixie with her signature smoky eye at the Marc Jacobs Spring 2009 fashion show in 2008.
With her ever-changing hairstyles, British actress Emma Watson briefly sported a an ultra sleek pixie in 2010.
Pairing her polished, golden blonde pixie with a subtle smoky eye and a hint of blush on the cheekbones, actress Carey Mulligan looked chic at the Film District Party in 2011.
At the 2012 MTV Video Music Awards, Rihanna wore a simplistic do with a bold red lip.
South African beauty Charlize Theron wore an ultra cropped pixie at the 85th Annual Academy Awards in 2013.
Actress Anne Hathaway wore her dark brunette pixie with neutral smoky eye and lips at the 70th Annual Golden Globe Awards in 2013.
Actress Jennifer Lawrence accepted her Golden Globe win at the 71st Annual Golden Globe Awards, wearing her golden blonde pixie with a maroon red lip.
Singer Miley Cyrus paired her platinum pixie with a pale pink lip and radiant skin at the 56th annual Grammy Awards.
Actress Scarlett Johansson looked pretty with rose-tinted cheeks, a pale pink lip and an asymmetrical bob at the 2015 MTV Movie Awards.
Attending the 2016 New York Film Critics Circle Awards, actress Michelle Williams kept her platinum pixie sleek and side-parted with luminous skin.
Following in the footsteps of A-listers taking over Hollywood with their platinum pixies, singer Katy Perry was the latest to join the ranks during Paris Haute Couture Fashion Week.
Actress Zoë Kravtiz made the pixie an enviable accessory as she attends the BAMcinemaFest 2017 Opening Night Premiere of
British model Cara Delevingne sported an ultra platinum pixie paired with a chic black headband.