Chelsea Clinton's Changing Looks
The curly-haired six-year-old was already in the public eye as the daughter of a state governor.
At age 12, Chelsea was thrust into the national spotlight when her father won the presidential election. How did the braces-wearing First Daughter celebrate her inaugural night in the White House? With a slumber party, of course!
No more metal-the teen shed her braces (but held on to her curls).
The 20-year-old Stanford student supported her mom's senate bid by taking on her White House hosting duties. Her State Dinner-ready look? A wavy bob, arched brows and glamorous burgundy lips.
Call it the makeover of the century: Donatella Versace transformed the Oxford grad student with a sleek blowout and sophisticated makeup. While rubbing shoulders with Gwyneth Paltrow and Madonna at the designer's V&A Museum retrospective, Chelsea admitted, "I'm a bit dazzled by it all."
Embrace the curl! Chelsea sported smooth ringlets at a London benefit.
The N.Y.C. resident (and professional consultant) attended the unveiling of the Clinton Presidential Library rocking-dare we say?-sexy long waves.
Clinton wore a oversize, gauzy chapeau for the Kentucky Derby.
A student once more (this time at Columbia's Mailman School of Public Health), she hit an N.Y.C. gala with a long layered cut and artfully applied liquid liner.
The bride-to-be sported sleek strands (curls, what curls?) to the opening night of Promises, Promises.
The newlywed wore her strands in a wavy blowout for the Common Sense Media Awards.
A stick-straight style for the Women of the Year Awards.