5 Fashion Icons of the '00s

5 Fashion Icons of the '00s

Flip phones, butterfly clips.

The 2000s were a decade of excess, experimentation, and a whole lot of fun when it comes to fashion. From low-rise jeans to butterfly clips and baguette bags, this era left a lasting mark on the fashion world. Today, we're revisiting some of the most iconic figures who defined Y2K style.


The Barbadian icon is a true fashion chameleon. In the early 2000s, she rocked a tomboy-chic style with baggy jeans, graphic tees, and baseball caps. Remember her iconic "Pon de Replay" music video? As her career progressed, Rihanna transformed into a red carpet royalty, embracing daring gowns and pushing boundaries with bold choices. No matter the look, Rihanna always oozes confidence and inspires fashion lovers worldwide.

Justin Timberlake

NSYNC may have brought us matching denim outfits (a true 2000s staple!), but Justin Timberlake's solo career saw a major fashion upgrade. He embraced a clean-cut and sophisticated style for men, sporting tailored suits, fedoras, and perfectly groomed haircuts. Timberlake also popularized the "double denim" trend, a look that continues to spark debates today.

Sarah Jessica Parker

As Carrie Bradshaw in Sex and the City, Sarah Jessica Parker became synonymous with fashion. Her character's designer shoes, trendy handbags, and playful mix-and-match ensembles like tutu skirts and Fendi bags made her a household name. Carrie's daring and trendsetting style had a massive influence on 2000s fashion, encouraging women to experiment with fashion and embrace personal style. Carrie showed that fashion can be fun and expressive, and that there are no rules when it comes to putting together an outfit. 

Avril Lavigne

Canadian pop-punk princess Avril Lavigne brought a dose of rebellion to the 2000s fashion scene. Her signature look was all about expressing individuality. Think neckties, ripped skinny jeans, graphic tees, and Converse sneakers. Lavigne also sported bold eyeliner and chunky bracelets, adding an edge to her outfits. Her style resonated with teenagers who wanted to express themselves while challenging societal norms.


Shakira's vibrant mix of Latin and belly dancing influences took the fashion world by storm. Sequined crop tops, low-rise jeans, and flowing skirts became her signature look, perfectly complementing her energetic dance moves. She wasn't afraid of bright colors, bold prints, and statement jewelry, always adding a touch of glamour and personality to her outfits. Shakira's style continues to inspire with its fusion of cultures and celebration of movement.

Thanks for joining us on this trip down memory lane! We hope you enjoyed this look back at some of the most iconic fashion figures of the 2000s.

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