This stylish swine needs no introduction. Since bursting on The Muppets scene over 50 years ago, Miss Piggy continues to be a legendary fashion plate whose outrageous wardrobe has always been ahead of the times. Her iconic style is all about her bold fashion choices like peacock skirts, as well as her signature pearls, oversized diamond cocktail rings, silk gloves and sky-high stilettos. If there’s one closet we’ve ever wanted to raid and shop from (aside from Cher Horowitz or Carrie Bradshaw!) it would be definitely be the Notorious P.I.G.
It’s no surprise Miss Piggy has been placed in the pages of POP wearing Prada and InStyle wearing custom creations by Prabal Gurung, Jason Wu, Brian Atwood, Giles & Brother and more; plus, she’s graced the cover of The New York Times Magazine, LIFE, People, and yes, Playboy. When it comes to full-figured fashion, Miss Piggy has never shied away from flaunting her curvaceous killer figure. “Style comes in all shapes and sizes. Therefore, the bigger you are, the more style you have,” Miss Piggy said, and we couldn’t agree more. Her evolving style has always been daring; even her outfits back in the day (her menswear-inspired ”Annie Hall” look, her red carpet numbers, her digital colourful prints and leopard blazers) have never felt more on trend with what we’ve been seeing on the runways.
Her beauty regime is on point, too: the smoky eye seen at Versace, the black liner à la Altuzarra, the heavy lashes we loved at Zac Posen, the perfect blowout…and a few (uh?) interesting hair style choices in between; in her defense, the '80s weren’t kind to anyone. Fearless fashion choices aside, we’ve also admired Miss Piggy’s memorable style lessons. And for those who still sympathize with Kermit the Frog, Miss Piggy has this thought for you: “If you think it’s not easy being green, you ought to try to be fabulous! Forget it!”