Mia Farrow is an American actress best known for her roles in films like "Rosemary's Baby" and "Hannah and Her Sisters," and as one-third of the messy love triangle involving Woody Allen and her daughter, Soon-Yi Previn. But when it comes to style, Farrow will forever be credited with bringing the pixie hairstyle back into fashion.
In 1967, the blonde beauty traded her long locks for a cropped 'do, with legendary stylist Vidal Sassoon getting the credit until Ms. Farrow's daughter-in-law recently set the record straight. But her hair was only one part of her iconic look: Farrow (who was also briefly married to Frank Sinatra) emulated '60s fashion in shift dresses and graphic prints.
In honor of Farrow's 68th birthday on Saturday (Feb.9), we are taking a look back at some of the UNICEF Goodwill Ambassador's most iconic outfits.
CORRECTION: An earlier version of this feature noted that Vidal Sassoon was known for cutting Mia Farrow's long hair into the pixie.
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