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From goth to glam: Angelina Jolie's style transformation
As Angelina celebrates the launch of her new film Maleficent, click on the photo below to see the movie star's full style transformation...
Angelina Jolie made her first red carpet appearances as a young girl on the arm of her award-winning father Jon Voight, wearing age-appropriate frilly frocks and strings of pearls.
She soon swapped the cute, girly look, however, for a more edgy vibe of all-black attire, rocker tees and dark purple lipstick.
This gothic phase reflected her tumultuous personal life – she married Johnny Lee Miller in 1996 wearing leather jeans and a T-shirt emblazoned with his name in blood.
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The pair separated just over a year later but Angelina went on to meet Billy Bob Thornton and she further embraced her gothic side, famously wearing a vial of his blood around her neck after the pair married in May 2000.
Their divorce was finalised three years later and Angelina began dating Brad Pitt in 2005. This marked a distinct change in her personal style, swapping goth for glam with a soft new edge.
The harsh make-up was replaced with her now signature subtle, effortless look complete with winged eyeliner.
And the current Angelina regularly wows with stunning Versace Atelier gowns (who can forget that leggy Oscars appearance in 2012?), androgynous Saint Laurent creations and dazzling Elie Saab princess-perfect gowns.
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