PEOPLE Magazine 40th Anniversary

10 Looks That Never Go Out of Style

These trends worked as well when PEOPLE launched 40 years ago as they do today. From flared jeans to red lips, see the timeless beauty and fashion that you'll still be wearing 40 years from now


Farrah Fawcett had the market cornered on these hippie-inspired jeans in 1976, adding classic white kicks and a zip-up. These days, the hair may be smaller and the jeans may be paired with a crop top, but there's no denying that the almost-universally flattering style is one that never quite leaves the cultural denim rotation.