To this day, the words “royal style icon” remain inextricably linked to the name Princess Diana. And while the late royal deserves that legacy and then some, it’s high time that another in the family joins her in getting their sartorial due. Princess Anne has been quietly serving up looks since the 1970s—even though all eyes were on her at the time. The decade saw her both serve a cake exactly as tall as she was at her wedding to a commoner and valiantly thwart an attempted kidnapping. (“Not bloody likely” was reportedly her response to the attacker holding her at gunpoint.) In fact, there was so much going on for Anne, it was easy to miss how ahead of the game she was wardrobe-wise. She was one of the very first prominent women in the royal family to dabble in conventionally masculine style, and the past two decades have seen her predict so many trends that we wouldn’t be surprised if she was a fixture of Demna Gvasalia’s mood boards circa Vetements or present-day at Balenciaga. From capes to color-blocking to oversized trench coats to statement sporty sunglasses, celebrate her 72nd birthday with a look back at her unexpected and unsung stylistic prowess over the years.