10 Trends Frida Kahlo Started
Frida Kahlo left her print in the art industry, but her creativity continues inspiring celebrities’ fashion sense. Celebs have taken more than a few queues from Frida’s always hip style and so should you.
A pop of color never hurts.
With bright greens and fuchsia covering her canvas, Belinda drew straight Frida’s go-to color palette for her video for “En la obscuridad.”
Skin is always in.
Who would’ve imagined Frida to inspire sexy cutout swimwear such as the one Eiza González rocked in Capri?
When in doubt, tie it out.
Kourtney Kardashian is thought to be a risk-taker for breaking the mold and wearing menswear, but guess what? Frida was never afraid of breaking gender roles when it came to fashion.
Turn to black and gold for a winning combo.
Before La Marisoul was wearing the combo, even before Wiz Khalifa was rapping about the color combo, Frida had already been there, done that.
All black is for the glam.
Frida must’ve been chuckling while Kate Upton flaunted her ruffled Dolce & Gabbana gown at the 2014 Met Gala because the dark ruffles, headdress and off-the-shoulder combo is something Frida knew all too well.
Every queen needs to rock a braided crown.
It was the gasp heard around the world when Iggy Azalea walked the 2015 Grammys carpet because everyone knew exactly when she had drawn her inspiration from – the hair goddess herself, Frida.
And of course, the chic floral crown.
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Think hipsters at Coachella started this trend? Ha! Think again.
Front and center hair parts for the modelesque.
The flat, center hair part paired dark lips that everyone is into today is old news. You can thank Frida for all this and might as well address her as a hair icon, don’t you think?
Feathers bring the drama.
Frida’s signature hair and wardrobe has inspired Halloween costumes, but we can totally see Beyoncé rocking this on any given day.
Bold brows catch eyes everywhere.
Salma Hayek outgrew her natural brows – and mini unibrow – to play the part of Frida in the movie Frida and since then, there’s been a pandemic of full brows popping up everywhere.
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