Kim Cattrall's Sexy Star Style Evolution

May 29 2010, Published 1:12 p.m. ET

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Kim Cattrall is most famous for playing the sexually liberated Samantha Jones in the Sex and the City franchise, but the gorgeous blonde has been a fixture in Hollywood long before the fabulous ladies took over the Big Apple.

Establishing herself as a sex symbol in 1980’s hit films Porky’s, Police Academy, Big Trouble in Little China and Mannequin the bombshell has always demonstrated a flair for fashion, and isn’t afraid of showing a little, or should we say, a lot, of skin!

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Kim’s style actually hasn’t evolved much in the past 40 years, so this isn’t your typical “Star Style Evolution.”

As early as the mid 1980’s Kim found her inner style siren, gracing the red carpet in traditionally glam gowns and fur coats.

Jumping on a few trends along the way (she even managed to make Grunge look glam!) the seasoned actress has always staid true to her bombshell roots.

In real life, Kim’s style is very similar to Samantha’s. Even though she is 50 + years old, she manages to keep up a flawless figure, which makes it easy for her to wear anything.

Kim Cattrall

Not afraid of color, dangerously high slits and plunging necklines, you never know what to expect from Kim on a red carpet, other than the simple fact that she will look sensational.

At the NYC premiere of Sex and the City 2, Kim rocked a glamorous Old Hollywood Naeem Khan gown, which luxuriously hugged her curves.

The golden girl look was finished off with a red pout and polish, and lots of bling,

What was Kim’s best look over the years? Check out the gallery in Style to find out.



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