Question: Is It Still a Fashion Faux Pas If It’s Done Deliberately?

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The horror of being caught in the same outfit as somebody else is the stuff of nightmares – especially as far as celebrities are concerned. And then there’s Julia Roberts, who is comfortable enough in her own skin to do so deliberately. Just yesterday, the actress was given the 2018 Style Icon Award by InStyle magazine, an honor she chose to celebrate by dressing exactly like her stylist Elizabeth Stewart – down to her thick-rimmed specs, relaxed waves, color-block clutch, and white platforms.

Not only were the two friends photographed on the red carpet sporting identical lilac suits by Givenchy, but said suit was also first seen on a male model – Jonas Glöer – during the label’s Spring/Summer 2019 show at Paris Fashion Week. If that doesn’t prove Roberts’ prowess as a sartorial risk-taker, what will?

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Photo: Courtesy of @JonasGloeer
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