REBEL HEART

IN THE PAST 15 YEARS, THIS MOT­LEY CREW OF FASH­ION AND BEAUTY ICONS PUSHED BOUND­ARIES, BROKE RULES AND TAUGHT US EV­ERY­THING THERE IS TO KNOW ABOUT GO­ING YOUR OWN WAY. #FEAR­LESS

Elle (Canada) - - Anniversary -

From left: AMY WINE­HOUSE This English singer brought back the bee­hive big time. Her ’60s-es­que bouf­fant, dra­matic winged eye­liner and brightly coloured hair ac­ces­sories be­came as iconic as her un­for­get­table voice. OLIVIER ROUSTE­ING The 30-yearold cre­ative di­rec­tor for Bal­main is a selfie-sling­ing (check out his pout) pow­er­house who counts Kim K. and Kanye West as BFFs. LEA T As the face of Red­ken, this Brazil­ian trans­gen­der model—she is Givenchy cre­ative di­rec­tor Ric­cardo Tisci’s friend and muse—is one of the first to rep­re­sent a ma­jor beauty brand. STELLA MCCART­NEY The an­i­mal-rights ac­tivist and en­vi­ron­men­tal­ist pi­o­neered ve­gan lux­ury fash­ion. TOM FORD He is guilty of bring­ing sexy back to Gucci dur­ing his ten­ure (pu­bic-hair mono­gram­ming, any­one?) be­fore launch­ing his epony­mous la­bel in 2005, which is as crush-wor­thy as the man him­self. JANELLE MONÁE Known for her mod­ern take on the pompadour-style updo and dress­ing in only black and white. “The colours come out in your mu­sic, the colours come out in your per­son­al­ity, the colours come out in per­for­mance,” she told us in 2013. LADY GAGA Meat dress. Pros­thetic horns. Ever chang­ing. TILDA SWIN­TON The award-win­ning ac­tress is a beauty and fash­ion muse for her gen­der-bend­ing look and for re­fus­ing to be any­thing other than her­self. ALEXAN­DER MCQUEEN The bound­ary-push­ing de­signer brought per­for­ma­tiv­ity to the run­way and the­atri­cal­ity to our clos­ets. KATE MOSS Gave new mean­ing to off-duty-model style with her sig­na­ture lais­sez-faire at­ti­tude and slept-in eye­liner.

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