Click through to see our favorite grey-haired models, singers, actresses and It girls.
This super-stylish heiress is as famous for her multi-tonal grey mane as she is for her collection of couture.
She may only be 21, but Sky—whose new album Night Time, My Time has been on repeat in the Lucky web department all week long—is no stranger to the power of grey hair.
Back in July, RiRi briefly test-drove a silvery wash—and looked awesome doing so. #Brrr
Pixie's pixie looks especially fetching in pale grey.
The skincare expert responsible for cult beauty product Olio Lusso is a perfect example of how to age beautifully.
Gaga couldn't settle on a single shade of grey—so she mixed two (to excellent effect)!
McMenamy's one of the original supermodels—and her most striking asset is unquestionably her waist-length grey mane.
Speaking of supes, Miss Moss also took grey strands for a spin back in 2010. Cool, right?
Jamie Lee Curtis
Jamie Lee Curtis' famous silver crop is a cut above the rest.
Dame Helen gets it done.
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Even canines can't resist Diane's famous frosty hair.
As Bergdorf Goodman's Senior Vice President of Fashion Office and Store Presentation, Linda's largely responsible for the look and feel of the iconic Manhattan department store. She's also the owner of one of the best bobs in the biz.
At 82, this veteran supermodel looks every bit as stunning as she did when she landed her first Vogue cover at the tender age of—wait for it—15. It's not hard to see why she's one of our fashion industry favorites.
The What Not to Wear star's signature grey streak is super-unique.
It may have been very, very temporary, but we loved Nicole's grey-powdered 'do at last May's Met Ball. Way to embrace the punk theme, girl.
Go on, try to find one person in the fashion industry who's not completely smitten with 92-year-old Iris. We dare you.
Is it any surprise that Gwyneth's mom is every bit as beautiful as her superstar daughter—grey hair and all?
Rumor has it that Kelly's bosses at E! love her silvery lilac 'do so much, they've written it into her Fashion Police contract—and she can't change the color until 2015. For our part, we're happy to see her stick to her pale-hued roots for a while longer.
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