While lots of artists are known for their the art they make, others become known for a greater narrative that surrounds their work. Oftentimes, that includes a style they pioneer or repeat, through clothes, accessories, and hairstyles. From Terry Richardson's aviators and flannels to John Baldessari's beard, these trademark have become staples of these artists, their personas, and ultimately "the art world."

Whether it be something adopted with a purpose, like Banksy's hoodie, or a look that was natural, such as Frida Kahlo's unibrow, the result is the same—these iconic looks have become inseparable from the artist. The looks that these artists proudly display have become iconic and representative of who they are. This list of 25 Iconic Looks from the Art World celebrates those looks as definitive parts of the artists and their work. 

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