While many of our favorite celebrities were enjoying a well-deserved break this summer, we couldn’t help but miss them. In light of this fact, we’ve decided to dedicate a week to analyzing the careers and influences of some of our favorite celebs who’ve recently been on vacation. In this series, we will examine the retro styling trends they’ve embraced throughout their careers, as well as discuss the potential impact these trends may have on the wardrobe of 2025.

Rob Pattinson

In case you’re wondering, yes, we are referring to the gorgeous English actor and musician who plays the role of James Bond in the new series of Fleming Literature. In this series, he’ll be donning an Edwardian haircut and anorak as James Bond, which is pretty meta: in the 1960s, it wasn’t uncommon for spies to wear anoraks. We’ll get into the details behind this influence in a bit.

It’s been a while since Pattinson’s last feature film, Damsels in Distress, was released in 2011. Since then, he’s mainly been featured in music videos and on the big screen in smaller roles. In 2018 alone, he’ll be seen in the upcoming films Slow West and Bad Luck Wedding, the latter of which will be released on January 11th, 2020.

Marloes Boelens

Before we begin, let’s take a moment to appreciate the incredible fashion achievements of Marloes Boelens, the 38-year-old Belgian supermodel who shot to fame in 2008 when she was featured on the cover of Vogue three times within the space of a year. In 2019, she’ll be gracing the cover of Vogue for the fourth time, which makes her the longest-serving cover girl in Vogue history. If that isn’t enough, she’s also been featured on the covers of British, French, and Spanish Vogue, and has graced the cover of LOVE and numerous times inside the magazine. Marloes will also be appearing in the upcoming films The Gentlemen and The House of Gucci. Since 2014, she’s been the face of Louis Vuitton’s Modern Classic Collection, and she’ll also be the face of their 2021 collection. She’s truly become one of the greats of our time.

Anna Wintour And Franca Sozzani

Speaking of greats, let’s not forget about the legendary Anna Wintour and her longtime friend, the equally legendary Franca Sozzani. Wintour is the former editor in chief of Vogue who, during the height of her tenure, was affectionately known as the “Godmother of Style.” Sozzani is a style icon in her own right, and is known for co-founding Elle UK along with Wintour. They’re responsible for some of the most groundbreaking fashion magazines of all time, including French Vogue and British Vogue, and Sozzani’s impact on women’s fashion can’t be disputed. Today, they own and operate the company that they founded together, which is one of the world’s leading fashion publications. They also established the annual Vogue Fashion Awards in 2014, which celebrate the best in women’s and men’s fashion every year.

If that isn’t enough, they also founded the Vogue Academy, which supports emerging fashion designers and provides students with the opportunity to shape their own course. So, it should come as no surprise that they’ve had a profound impact on the fashion industry, as well as the way we look at fashion. They’ve truly made a lasting impression, and for the best, we hope they keep on vacationing. The world needs a little less politics and a little more style, and we need some inspiring women like these two to keep pointing us in the right direction.

Bob Hope

Then there’s the legendary Bob Hope, who passed away in 2019 at the age of 100. A true icon of American film, he was best known for playing a variety of characters in a career that spanned more than 70 years. His films included Nothing But Trouble, The Road to Morocco, and I Love Lucy, and his TV appearances included The Bob Hope Show, The Chevy Chase Show, and Laugh In. In his later years, he devoted himself to humanitarian work, and was honored with several awards and citations for his efforts. In 2020, his centenary year, he’ll be featured on the cover of Life and Fortune magazines, as well as on the upcoming Woody Guthrie biopic, Under the Shadow.

Grace Kelly

Finally, let’s not forget about Princess Grace, who was the third child and eldest daughter of the Duke and Duchess of Windsor. She was a member of the British royal family for more than 70 years, and during that time, she established a reputation as one of the great beauties of the 20th century. In 1926, she married the then-Prince of Wales, who later crowned himself King George VI. Their only child, Elizabeth, would go on to become Queen Elizabeth II. In the 1960s, she famously rejected the crown and moved to Italy. In later years, she continued to be a prominent figure in British and European society. In 2020, she’ll be celebrating her 100th birthday with a number of special events. In addition to the usual birthday parties and gatherings, she and her family will be hosting a dinner party at Buckingham Palace to celebrate the occasion. It’s a very privileged birthday and we wish Grace, and all those who celebrate with her, a very happy birthday.

In this article, we have discussed some of the stylish influencers and celebrities who’ve recently been on vacation. As you may have guessed, many of them have been seen wearing vintage or designer attire. Let’s examine the reasons behind their retro stylings, as well as the potential impact these trends may have on the fashion industry in 2025.