Steven Cojocaru's Last Year's Looks That Still Look Good

updated 08/06/2003 at 01:00 AM EDT

originally published 08/06/2003 01:00AM

BRITTANY MURPHY

skinny pants

Unlike boxy cargos, these give good leg. They're like the Pilates of pants: They lengthen and strengthen.

KELLY HU

the color red

Nancy Reagan wasn't wrong. You can never underestimate the power and the wow factor of five-alarm red.

JULIANNE MOORE

velvet jackets

These are Hall of Fame classics, elegant and sexy at the same time. Plus, the fabric makes me feel cozy.

JENNIFER ANISTON

black satin

You learn this in Glamor 101: Nothing is more alluring than satin. Subconsciously it's saying, "Look at me in my nightie!"

CAMERON DIAZ

fedoras

There's a jauntiness to fedoras, a je ne sais quoi quality and enduring appeal. They're nostalgic but have street cred, too.

EVE

fur vests

Learn from Doris Day: It's all about a touch of mink. Whether faux or real, vests hit the adorable-ski-bunny mark.

LUCY LIU

trench coats

An urban girl's best friend is her trench. Clean, streamlined and repels rain and sleet.

SARAH JESSICA PARKER

colored accessories

You don't want blinding Day-Glo color head to toe or you'll look like a crayon, but a splash can perk up an outfit.

PETRA NEMCOVA

newsboy caps

Casual yet sassy, and you always look ready for a touring production of Oliver! Street-urchin chic is hot as ever.

KATE HUDSON

the tuxedo

You don't need a cocktail napkin strung with dental floss to show your sexy side. Marlene Dietrich knew a good thing when she saw it.

DREW BARRYMORE

brooches

This old-fashioned accent creates instant drama. Any star would rather go without transportation than the right brooch.

CLAIRE DANES

the pencil skirt

Bye-bye things that resemble parachutes. This is not a fashion-victim skirt; it's a flattering wardrobe staple that has legs.

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