Mia Farrow's Most Iconic Movie Looks
The star epitomized 60's style.
Guns at Batasi, 1964
Farrow looked chic on the set of her first-ever film with her long blonde hair pulled back into an updo.
Peyton Place, 1965
The actress landed her first TV role playing Allison Mackenzie in Peyton's Place.
A Dandy in Aspic, 1968
Farrow looked every bit the '60s style icon in the film.
Rosemary's Baby, 1968
In the film that made her a household name, the actress's iconic pixie was born on screen.
Secret Ceremony, 1968
Farrow traded in her pixie for a long brunette wig and blunt bangs.
John and Mary, 1969
The actress starring alongside Dustin Hoffman while rocking a slightly grown-out 'do.
The Public Eye, 1972
The star's close crop had grown out to a shaggy page boy cut for her 1972 film The Public Eye.
Scoundrel in White, 1972
Is that a mullet we see? The actress's hairstyle in Scoundrel in White featured blunt bangs and a slightly-longer back.
The Great Gatsby, 1974.
Farrow perfectly captured the fashion of the 1920s with these gorgeous curls.
Peter Pan, 1976
Farrow's iconic cut was back in the '70s rendition of Peter Pan.
A Wedding, 1978
In A Wedding, the star rocked bangs and incredibly long locks.
Death on the Nile, 1978
Farrow debuted darker locks and classic curls for this Agatha Christie mystery.
A Midsummer Night's Sex Comedy, 1982
Wow! The actress rocked some crazy curls and a boho-inspired style on the set of this comedy.
Hannah and Her Sisters, 1986
Farrow sported natural-looking dirty blond curls for the mid-'80s film.
The actress looked stunning with a brunette bob and bangs as a housewife in Alice.