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The saying, "Everything old is new again," couldn't be more true in Hollywood. It's hard to find a red carpet that doesn't showcase at least one starlet trying to harness the old-school glamour of movie mavens from the past. We found uncanny similarities between some of 2013's Oscar nominated actresses and several of old Hollywood's finest.

Then: Audrey Hepburn

The saying, "Everything old is new again," couldn't be more true in Hollywood. It's hard to find a red carpet that doesn't showcase at least one starlet trying to harness the old-school glamour of movie mavens from the past. We found uncanny similarities between some of 2013's Oscar nominated actresses and several of old Hollywood's finest.

Then: Audrey Hepburn

The saying, "Everything old is new again," couldn't be more true in Hollywood. It's hard to find a red carpet that doesn't showcase at least one starlet trying to harness the old-school glamour of movie mavens from the past. We found uncanny similarities between some of 2013's Oscar nominated actresses and several of old Hollywood's finest.

 

Now: Anne Hathaway

A front-runner in the Oscar race for Best Supporting Actress, Anne Hathaway is easily a doppelganger for Audrey. The pixie cut (thanks to her drastic on-screen hair cut for Les Miserable), the strong brows and the warm brown eyes all scream Hepburn.

 

 

Then: Ginger Rogers

Ginger Rogers won the Best Actress Oscar in 1940 for playing the title role in Kitty Foyle.

Now: Amy Adams

Nominated for her role in The Master, Amy Adams has Ginger's knack for playing both fun and frivolous characters (Enchanted) as well as gritty ones.

 

Then: Veronica Lake

Known for her lengthy peekaboo hair style that typically covered one eye, Veronica Lake was a trendsetter in her time

Now: Jennifer Lawrence

Nominated for the second time in Oscar's Best Actress category, Jennifer Lawrence has quickly become a Hollywood tastemaker.

 

Then: Grace Kelly

Grace Kelly won an Oscar for her part in 1954's The Country Girl.

Now: Naomi Watts

WIth a similar quiet elegance, Aussie actress Naomi Watts radiates class and grace.

 

Then: Greta Garbo

Greta Garbo, known for having a strong, independent personality on set, was nominated for an Oscar in 1930 for her first "talkie," a film called Anna Christie.

Now: Jessica Chastain

Jessica Chastain is the first woman in 50 years to have lead roles in the top two movies at the box office for Mama and Zero Dark Thirty.

Which old Hollywood actress has the most enviable style? Let us know in the comments below or hit us up on Twitter @OKMagazine.

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