April 18th, 2014
Inspired By

Lauren Hutton


A shirt and skirt, doesn’t get much more basic than that. And no one looks as good in this simple silhouette than Lauren Hutton. MyTheresa ran vintage pics of Hutton this morning which got me thinking about the American actress and her timeless style.




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Pocket Bandoleer bag


Lace-up corduroy shirt


Corduroy trousers


Small tote


Wool-Blend pants




Wool-blend sweater


Marmont loafers


Printed silk dress


Mary-Jane pumps

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  • These photos of Lauren are always popping up somewhere. Because in each one, there us no element in her look from hair down to shoes that could be NOW. And that’s style.

    SusanApril 18th, 2014  9:24 AM

  • I honestly think that Lauren Hutton is one of those women who only gets better with age. I used to love when she appeared in the J. Crew catalogue. I saw a pictorial of her about a year ago or so ago and it was so great to see that she still had the same sense of style she’s always had. She’s always like a breath of fresh air.

    kimApril 18th, 2014  9:32 AM

  • Now there’s a beautiful woman with style. Her very own style. What makes her so beautiful, besides her looks, is her strength, her steadfastness to her truth, and that divine gap in her teeth . A definite style icon.
    Thanks for reminding us Preston!!

    Kristin BungartApril 18th, 2014  9:35 AM

  • Lauren Hutton epitomizes all that is classic and good about the American woman!

    lkaApril 18th, 2014  9:44 AM

  • And Lauren Hutton is still gorgeous…

    That's Not My AgeApril 18th, 2014  11:00 AM

  • Fabulous. This is a look I’ll wear this summer.

    Lauren@StyleseerApril 18th, 2014  11:10 AM

  • She’s just as beautiful now as she was in these photos from years ago. An authentic, timeless beauty who should be the role model on how to age gracefully and naturally.

    A Note On StyleApril 18th, 2014  11:37 AM

  • Ditto all of the comments above. She personified the best American woman look at a time when we celebrated American women and proudly celebrated our own identity. Lauren Hutton, Cheryl Tiegs, Patti Hansen, Ali MacGraw–and later Linda Evangelista and Christy Turlington–none of them sold T&A. They had actual talent and style; models who wore everything from jeans to high couture, sported pony tails, wet hair, and up-do’s, and were fabulous in all of it!

    PaulaApril 19th, 2014  11:53 PM

  • I saw Lauren 20 years ago at the C. De Gaulle airport in Paris in a long camel coat, long blond hair, L.V. Suitcases and a great timeless charm.

    MauraApril 21st, 2014  1:44 AM


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