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Famous Women From The ’80s – Then And Now

How is Daryl Hannah still that stunning?! ?

    If you were lucky enough to grow up in the ‘80s, we’re totally jealous. When we think of the ‘80s, we think of luminescent leg warmers, leotards, headbands, big hair and a whole load of wacky clothes – which is basically like looking into our closet nowadays. It’s fair to say that the 80’s is one of the most iconic eras in history, and gave us some of the most interesting, intriguing and classiest females in the business (even if they didn’t rock the leg-warmer look).

    The ‘80s brought us some of our favorite movies and TV shows of all time. There was The Breakfast Club (AKA the detention of dreams), Stand by Me (Stephen King is a genius), The Empire Strikes Back (Star Wars = Life), Top Gun (Tom Cruise, that’s all), The Princess Bride (best fairytale ever), Beetlejuice (co-ord goals) and more – we’d need a whole other article to explain our love for ‘80s pop culture! Nevertheless, epic movies require epic actors and actresses. In this case, we’re talking actresses. Because who needs boys, anyway?

    With its unique sense of style, it’s fresh-faced and beautiful ladies, it’s overflowing talent, and it’s love for pop – the ‘80s was truly remarkable. Sure, the ‘80s have brought us some of the most iconic songs of all time. Yeah, the ‘80s have given us some awesome vintage fashion trends. And yeah alright, they pretty much invented the epic teen movie (which is our ultimate fave) – but one of the best exports from the ‘80s was their famous women. The ‘80s was full of talented and beautiful women who adorned our walls and proved females are just as strong and powerful as men. We loved the ‘80s! But have you ever wondered what your famous women from the ‘80s look like now? Well, check this out…

    Mia Farrow – Then

    Mia Farrow in the 1980s

    I mean, just look at that outfit. That stylist had a ROARING success with this epic ‘20s getup (and we’re pretty jealous). Mia Farrow is best known for her portrayal of Daisy Buchanan in The Great Gatsby, her starring role in Rosemary’s Baby and her Golden Globe-winning performance in Guns At Batasi. And of course, who can forget that time when she married none other than Frank Sinatra. Amazing.

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