Sarah Jessica Parker shows off her signature eclectic chic style at the Good+Foundation “A Very Good+ Night of Comedy” Benefit on October 18, 2023 in New York City. Jamie McCarthy/Getty

We are officially in the midst of Aries season —not to mention Aries retrograde—so this double whammy means we need to buckle up for major shifts in energy (and style), dramatic life changes, and general lighting-fast chaos.

The fiery sign is one of passion, boldness, ambition, and reinvention. Which, pretty much sums up the fashion attitudes of our favorite celebrity Aries. These stylish trailblazers don't follow trends, they take them and turn them promptly on their heads. Just look at Like Kristen Stewart giving her own electrifying spin on the no-pant trend in all its naked fashion glory. And we love them for it.

Sarah Jessica Parker

Sarah Jessica Parker's personal style has mirrored that of her alter ego Carrie Bradshaw for decades (or maybe it's the other way around). Just as Carrie put iconic designer pieces like the Dior newspaper print dress, Manolo Blahnik heels, and the purple sequined Fendi baguette on the fashion map, SJP has a penchant for bright colors, mixed prints, and designer statement pieces.

As Sex and the City took off, Parker slayed 90s red carpets in tube tops and sheer dresses, giving the era's minimalist tendencies a "sexy tomboy" nod. On the New York City streets today, Parker channels her inner Carrie with a down-to-earth twist, rocking cuffed denim and crewneck sweaters or printed maxi dresses with satin pumps, often from her namesake SJP collection.

And now that HBO has announced And Just Like That is returning for season three, we're about to get a fresh injection of Carrie Bradshaw's flamboyant style.

Lady Gaga

The megastar "Born This Way" singer and A Star is Born actress shot to fame as much for her boundary-pushing music as her outlandish fashion statements. We've seen everything from feather wings to space helmets, not one but four custom Brandon Maxwell gowns for the camp-themed 2019 Met Gala, and lest we forget the raw meat dress she wore to the 2010 VMAs. Gaga's style has grown up a little over the past decade and we salute her for continuing to push the envelope, using fashion to honor the moment and how easily she also pulls off ladylike demure in curve-accentuating silhouettes such as corsets and bodysuits, stunning couture dresses and always plays with exaggerated hip and sleeve details.

Victoria Beckham

As "Posh" Spice in the 90s, Victoria Beckham lived up to her moniker — never seen without her black Gucci dress and strappy heels, making her the epitome of designer chic since the early aughts. She had a few fashion wobbles along the way, but her transition from Spice Girl to one of the most respected and influential luxury fashion designers on the planet has been beautiful to watch.

Beckham has s built a fashion and beauty empire, out of her signature classic, polished style and is now regarded as the Queen of understated minimalism or quiet luxury. Think crisp suits, white button-downs, silk bias-cut dresses, and polished accessories.

Kristen Stewart
Stewart looks chic in a bodysuit at the premier of Love Lies Bleeding on March 5, 2024 in Beverly Hills, CA. Emma McIntyre/Getty

Kristen Stewart

The Twilight actress and longtime Chanel ambassador has always maintained a nonchalant, tomboy-inspired approach to her style, whether she's rocking baggy jeans and a leather jacket or a slouchy mismatched suit. Lately, the star, who considers herself to be gender fluid, has further amplified the androgynous vibe with a freshly chopped mullet, not to mention gender-bending red carpet style. To promote her latest film, Love Lies Bleeding, Stewart has jumped on the no-pant trend, rocking a series of sexy pantless looks including a black bodysuit with an up-to-there slit by upcycled clothing brand Better, which she accessorized with sheer tights, and a beige brief and button-down coord from Brunello Cucinelli. As a genderless style icon, Stewart is killing it.

America Ferrera looks pretty in pink at the 96th Annual Academy Awards on March 10, 2024. Rodin Eckenroth/Getty

America Ferrera

As she did the red carpet rounds for awards season to promote her empowering Oscar-nominated performance in Barbie, the world saw a new America Ferrera. Eradicating any last trace of Ugly Betty, Ferrera has emerged as a sophisticated screen siren and red-carpet pro with her sleek ladylike style and glamorous old Hollywood bob. Stealing the show at the Oscars is a pink sequined Atelier Versace gown and shimmering red blazer dress, in the fashion world Ferrera has well and truly arrived. The powerhouse actress has shown a penchant for streamlined strapless styles and curve-hugging silhouettes in standout colors and textures like jewel tones and sequins and well, we can't wait to see what comes next.

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