Compare the two pictures at left: Evan Rachel Wood pre and post Manson. What a difference. Evan says her romance with Marilyn has opened her up to fashion experimentation. Her recent looks channel everything from Gothic Lolita to campy 1940s Vampirella; a far cry from her days with Jamie Bell, when she typified the perfect ingenue aesthetic of sweet, simple, and safe. Changing your style as often as you change your boyfriend is not atypical in the celebrity world, though it does raise an eyebrow or two when you and your significant other become indistinguishable from each other. Let's observe. --NATALIE GUEVARA
Kate Moss is famous for her singular style. But even she is not immune to the girlfriend/boyfriend style matching. When she dated Jefferson Hack, she was a glam girl to his chic dandy (they even had matching haircuts).
Kate and Pete were like Anita and Keith all over again; scarves, crazy prints, hats.
It's hard to believe Katie Holmes is only 28, and not just because she had a kid and married one of the biggest movie stars in the world. With one of the speediest style transformations we've ever seen, Katie went from girl next door (jeans, cardigans, Banana Republic...)
To urban sophisticate faster than you can say "Xenu." Now sporting matching bobs, the Cruise family is set for take-off.
Kirsten Dunst and Jake Gyllenhaal were the most laidback of couples with their quirky boho California chic.
Kiki's recent pairing with Razorlight frontman Johnny Borrell, however, resulted in a whirlwhind rock & roll romance, with the couple favoring bomber jackets and Ray-Ban Wayfarers.