There are those celebrity style moments that fit perfectly, and then there are the moments that really stick with you, the moments you desperately try to recreate at home. In ‘Great Outfits in Fashion History’, Fashionista editors are revisiting their all-time favorite lewks.
Barbra Streisand is one of the few celebs to truly portray the role of an icon, and that extends to her approach to personal style as well. If there’s one outfit that I remember going “oh-oh” and “oh-oh” as a young man who loved the art of fashion, it’s Streisand’s glittery ensemble from the 1969 Oscars, worn to accept the Oscars. first for “Funny Girl”.
As the first person to attend and be nominated, Streisand had the grace to make a splash on the Oscars carpet that year. Her nude illusion in a garment surprised not only the public but also Streisand herself: In a 2016 interview with W, she recalled, “I didn’t know that when the light was When light shines on that outfit, it becomes transparent!”
Although it had a bit of a notoriety at the time, the look has certainly overpowered criticism in the past thanks to its classic touches, and it continues to be remembered as one of the statement pieces of the era. The most favorite page of all time made at the Oscars ceremony.