Faye Dunaway, who was born on this day in 1941, was the smoldering siren of the late '60s and '70s. Famed for her roles in Bonnie And Clyde (with Warren Beatty and waaay before Bey & Jay Z got there) and Chinatown (alongside a smooth-talking Jack Nicholson), Faye had-era defining looks down. In 1968's bank heist thriller, The Thomas Crown Affair, she played Vicki Anderson, the jet-setting insurance investigator after Steve McQueen's slick criminal, and her cream and sandy-colored get-ups were chic enough to turn Olivia Pope green with envy.
The trick to mastering her Pinterest-worthy style? Bleached-out pants and a relaxed camel turtleneck pay homage to the look, while ticking all of our new-season wish list boxes: a nod to the late '60s/'70s, ice-white denim, and casual-cool knitwear. Big up that 'do, throw in a lick of eyeliner and a nude lip that Suki Waterhouse would envy, and you've got it: vintage Faye by way of new-season cool.