Most people, particularly ladies, dislike seeing someone else wearing the same outfits. However, this happens, and it’s indeed inevitable. It’s pretty safe to say that identical clothing tends to look different on people. A glance at some celebrities and runway models wearing the same outfits has proved it doesn’t make them any less individual.
Which look do you love? It’s a difficult choice to make. The models [compiled below] got to rock the outfit first before celebrities graced the red carpet in the same attire. As seen, some people gave their look a slight twist, while a few opted to tone down their makeup and accessories. Without any further ado, take a glance and upvote the ultimate high-fashion. Enjoy!
Nicole Kidman In Zuhair Murad Couture
Nicole has had a particularly Steller style phase, and with looks like this lace tea-length outfit worn by model Sara Sampaio amid the fall 2017 couture show, it’s easy to dub her a fashionista of our time.
Candice Swanepoel In Prabal Gurung.
The model arrived at the 2017 Tony Awards in a reformed version of this gown, first worn by Victoria’s Secret Angel Josephine Skriver during the fall 2017 runway.
Jennifer Lopez In Elie Saab Couture.
J.Lo attended the NBC Upfronts, promoting World of Dance wearing this blush tea-length dress from the Spring 2017 collection. She undeniably nailed the look!
Zoe Saldana In Ulyana Surgeenko.
Saldana has over time proved she enjoys a fashion risk. The actress again proved it when she opted for this midi dress with statement off-the-shoulder sleeves. Supermodel Natalia Vodianova first wore it on the fall 2017 runway.
Hailee Steinfeld In Elie Saab.
Hailee discarded the ruffles, cape sleeves, and most of the length for her mini dress, shown initially as a long dress during the fall 2017 fashion show.
Lady Gaga In Versace.
Supermodel Naomi Campbell rocked this sporty outfit on the Spring 2017 runway. Lady Gaga also rocked it at a pre-Super Bowl press conference.
Lottie Moss In Fendi.
Both Gigi Hadid and Lottie went sheer in this floral Fendi Spring 2017 outfit. However, Kate Moss’s younger sister went beyond, barely covering up with petal pasties.
Chanel Iman In Vera Wang.
Both Kendall Jenner and fellow Model did pull it off in this one-shoulder top over a long-sleeve white blouse with a high-slit maxi skirt.
Gwen Stefani In Marchesa.
If you aren’t a fashion risk-taker, you can’t wear this! Gwen took up the challenge and rocked this outfit from Marchesa’s Spring 2017 collection.
Kate Hudson In Michael Kors.
Both Kendall Jenner and Kate Hudson confidently rocked this plunging neckline floral dress gown from Spring 2017, yet people haven’t been able to decide on rocked it best. Can you help?
Katy Perry In Marchesa.
It’s no doubt that Katy cleaned up nicely and appeared captivatingly stunning in this sweet spring 2017 Marchesa gown.
Bella Hadid In Dior.
The outfit was designed by creative director Maria Grazia Chiuri. You will agree that Bella Hadid did look stunning rocking it.
Dakota Fanning In Elie Saab.
Dakota rocked the same celestial mini dress that Hailey Baldwin rocked in the Spring 2017 show. But then she ditched the scarf and added one skirt lining.
Kristen Stewart In Chanel.
Two weeks after his bandeau and suspender dress hit the Chanel Resort 2018 runway, Stewart rocked it to a screening of 120 Beasts Per Minute at Cannes.
Laura Dern In Proenza Schouler.
The Big Little Lies actress received her Emmy in this floral, feathered dress from the Spring 2018 collection. She reformed her version by filling in the cutouts.
Kim Kardashian West Appears In an amazing see-through creation at the GQ Men of the Year Awards 2014.
Sarah Paulson In Carolina Herrera.
Sarah and her stylist had first spotted the gown on Eva Chen’s Instagram story. Without thinking twice, they went for it, and it came out great. “They showed it on the runway Monday, and now I have it on my body.” Sarah had said on the Emmys red carpet.
Serena Williams In Versace
Williams’ glamour women of the year had paid tribute to Gigi Hadid. Apart from declaring that the model was one of the few people she would leave her baby for, she also opted for the same gold baroque embroidered mini Gigi wore on the Spring 2018 runway for the event.
Jennifer Garner In Michael Kors Collection.
Jenifer always goes with the classic. At the 5th Annual Save Th18e Children Illumination Gala, the actress rocked this dress worn by Kendall Jenner at the fall 2017 runway but changed things up with fringe.
Alessandara Mastronardi In Chanel Haute Couture.
The Master of None Breakout stepped out in one of Karl Lagerfeld’s designs on the red carpet. She had rocked this pale pink off-the-shoulder dress to the Emmys.
Cara Delevingne In Alexandre Vauthier.
Bella Hadid modeled this dress down the runway and narrowly escaped wardrobe malfunction. However, Cara took up the challenge and rocked the same sparkly, plunging high-slit gown to the Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets Premiere.
Blake Lively In Marchesa.
For the TIME 100 gala event in New York City, Lively opted for a festive, floral, and mainly fringe midi from fall 2017.
Emma Stone In Oscar De La Renta.
Watson rocked the strapless black jumpsuit with her favorite silk Burberry pumps from the Beauty and the Beast press tour. She did switch up the gold flower pin from the fall 2017 runway version.
Jennifer Lawrence In Dior.
Lawrence paraded in this gorgeous semi-bridal, semi-sheer bustier gown from the spring 2017 collection.
Zoe Saldana In Monse.
Zoe rocked the designer of the moment’s sequin creation just as the designers planned. But then she alternated the shoes for her AMAs appearance.
Gigi Hadid In Julien MacDonald.
Hailey Baldwin wore this sharp-shoulder shorts suit for the Spring 2017 runway. Gigi rocked it as one of her six looks for her 2016 American Music Awards hosting gig. She alternated the neckline and went for a slightly friendlier one.
Kirsten Dunst in Rodarte.
The Woodshock star wore this Rodarte for the movie’s premiere. The actress kept her look almost identical to the version of the fall/winter 2017 couture runway show, including her shoes and the baby’s breath accessories.
Zendaya In Michael Kors Collection.
42-Year-Old Carolyn Murphy wore this cutout dress during the 2017 runway while Zendaya, 22 years her junior, rocked it to the CFDA/Vogue Fashion Fund Awards. The outfit undeniably suited both women.
Alexa Chung In Chanel.
Bella Hadid walked the Chanel runway in this 3D-flower-topped leather minidress during Metiers d’Art 2015/16. Alexa Chung rocked the same outfit to a tribute to Tom Hanks presented by Chanel.
Chrissy Teigen In Michael Kors.
Models faceoff: Chrissy rocked this sheer, shimmering black midi, the same Belle Hadid rocked on the Spring 2017 Catwalk. Can you decide who rocked it best?
Kate Hudson In Michael Kors Collection.
The actress arrived at a Watch Hunger Stop dinner hosted by her designer friend in this black leaf-embroidered bodysuit and ruffle skirt. Bella Hadid first wore it in Kors’ Spring 2018 fashion event.
Tracee Ellis Ross In Prabal Gurung.
It wasn’t just Serena that paid tribute to Gigi at Glamour’s Women of the Year Awards. Tracee rocked the same red cutout midi the model wore in Gurung’s Spring 2018 show to the occasion.
Blake Lively In Chanel.
This houndstooth jumpsuit was one of the seven outfits Lively wore in just one day. While the star wasn’t the first to rock it, it made an impression thanks to its striking pattern and accessories. Gigi Hadid had worn in it for the fall 2017 runway.
Gigi Hadid In Brandon Maxwell.
A few days after Bella Hadid rocked this shirt-inspired gown to the Brandon Maxwell runway, her sister Gigi donned it to a party in Paris. Her diamond choker and silver heels undeniably did justice to the outfit.
Emma Watson In Dior.
Emma wore this creature-covered spring from Spring 2017 with the same choker as the runway model. However, her version was alternated as she added an illusion neckline for some coverage.
Nicole Kidman In Rodarte.
Nicole is known for her elegant sense of style. Likewise, Rodarte is known for its intricate artistic designs. So Nicole donning an outfit from the designer sure made fashion heaven.
Jennifer Lawrence In Dior.
Lawrence complimented her L’Etoile sweater with a sheer tulle skirt just like the Spring 2017 runway appearance. However, she’s a pioneer of the sweats-as-red carpet-wear movement.
Blake Lively In Ellie Saab.
Lively arrived at the People’s Choice Awards in this beaded, fringe minidress, the same one Victoria Secret Angel Sara Sampaio donned during the spring 2017 runway.
Selena Gomez In Oscar De La Renta.
This metallic outfit was shown with monochrome accessories on the runway, but Selena altered her version with ombre shoulder-duster earrings, a cobalt blue mani, and champagne velvet Giuseppe Zanotti mules.
Sara Sampaio In Balmain.
The model opted for this striped cold-shoulder dress for Cannes’s Fashion for a Relief runway show. Victoria’s Secret Angel Stella Maxwell had initially worn it on the spring 2017 runway.
Kendall Jenner In Alexandre Vauthier.
The same way it debuted at the fall 2017 fashion show, Kendall Jenner also opted for the dramatic top completed with a train with denim shorts.
Rihanna In Gucci.
The singer rocked this sparkly outfit in the desert at Coachella. It was amazing seeing Rihanna in full-body stocking underneath a distressed logo tank and cutoffs.
Diane Kruger In Jason Wu.
Kruger enjoys wearing clothes from a designer friend, and indeed, they always look great on her. But different from what was worn by model Lexi Boling on the fall 2017 runway, Kruger’s dress featured an extra panel of rosettes, which helped add some coverage.
Allison Williams In Brandon Maxwell.
The Get Out Star started the Governor’s Awards in this dramatic black high-low ballgown. It was first seen on Jourdan Dunn in the fall 2017 fashion show.
Tracee Ellis Ross In Chanel Haute Couture.
The Black-ish star chose this sequin and feather dress for the Emmys. It had 170K crystal flowers, silver mirrors, and glass beads that took 1300 hours to attach, tulle pompoms that took 80hrs to create by hand, and a skirt with hand-painted white feathers. It had first debuted on the Spring 2017 runway by Model Lineisy Montero.
Bella Hadid In Dior.
The supermodel swapped up the runway look. Instead of lace-up boots, she opted for elegant metallic sandals. She had worn this sexy mini dress to celebrate Dior Beauty’s latest mascara launch. And Yes, she’s the face of the brand.
Nicole Kidman In Oscar De La Renta.
This is quite an essential outfit for the Oscar de la Renta team. It was the final look in the debut fashion of new creative directors Laura Kim and Fernando Garcia. So far, the designers have only opted for these two women to wear the outfit. Nicole rocked hers to the 2017 CFDA Awards.
Blake Lively In Oscar De La Renta.
Candice arrived at the 2017 Tony Awards in this altered version of the gown first worn by fellow Victoria’s Secret Angel Josephine Skriver on the fall 2017 runway.
Vanessa Hudgens In Moschino.
Hudgens hit the front row of Jeremy Scott’s fashion show in this highly embellished dress and matching bomber jacket. Miranda Kerr had first flaunted the dress on the runway during his resort fashion show the previous year.
Lily Collins In Chanel.
The actress placed a vampy twist on the first worn by model Edie Campbell. She swapped the white slip for a black one. Let’s ask again, who rocked it best?
Poppy Delevingne In Chanel.
The family fashion faceoff! Cara wore this suit at the Metiers d’Art 2016/17 show while her elder sister Poppy paired the jacket with distressed BF jeans and cap-toe pumps to an event for the label.