GREAT OUTFITS IN FASHION HISTORY: LINDSAY LOHAN’S Y2K PRISCILLA PRESLEY NOD

There are those celebrity style moments that fit perfectly, and then there are the moments that really stick with you, the moments you try so hard to recreate at home. In ‘The Great Outfits in Fashion History’, Fashionista editors are revisiting their all-time favorite lewks.

Lindsay Lohan at the 2005 AMAs

When Baz Luhrmann’s “Elvis” hits theaters and Austin Butler’s impressions are discussed, the must-have in Elvis’ revival is arguably the preeminent Presley style icon: Priscilla. With her babydoll dresses, patterned bras, and voluptuous hair like never before, there’s no doubting the cultural imprint that Mrs. Presley left, especially in the ’60s and ’70s. She’s often considered. is an inspiration to today’s celebrities, from Lily Collins to Lana Del Rey to none other than Lindsay Lohan, who gave Y2K Priscilla’s classic glamor when she performed at the Awards. American Music 2005.

Lohan adopted an enhanced approach to the boho-chic aesthetic that was emerging in the early 2000s for her network television performance debut. Around this time, she became certified as an “it-girl” and hired current-time celebrity stylist Rachel Zoe in an effort to take her fashion to the next level. In an interview, Zoe explained her styling strategy as “60s to 70s glamor. It’s Mod meets Grecian. Lots of gold and lots of copper, shimmer and glam, but comfortable charm.” So very Priscilla.

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