Julia Roberts Majorly Mixes It Up with 5 Outfits in 24 Hours (Plus More Celebrity Quick-Change Artists)

The star of Mary Queen of Scots is ruling the red carpet while promoting the movie, wearing (from left) Chanel twice, head-to-toe Isabel Marant, Brock Collection with Jimmy Choo heels and Mizuki jewelry and – if you couldn’t guess – Chanel again. (Makes sense: She is a face of the brand after all.)

The superstar – known for her love of stylish suits – has been mixing it up this week with outsized outerwear (her Max Mara coat, worn with orange boots), rainbow stripes (her Valentino dress and coat), polka-dots and chunky Oxfords (in Derek Lam 10 Crosby and Christian Louboutin) and what her stylist Elizabeth Stewart called Derek Lam “Tuffskins.”

The future Mrs. Nick Jonas had a high-fashion Fashion Week, hitting the town in looks by Longchamp, Ralph Lauren Collection, Kate Spade New York (with Stuart Weitzman heels and Karen Walker shades) and boyfriend jeans with a Fendi bag.

It wouldn’t be a Blake Lively press tour without a gazillion outfit changes, and the one for A Simple Favor was no different – she packed five equally over-the-top suits (including one that walked down the Givenchy men’s runway, left) into 24 short hours.

Not to be outdone, Blake’s costar in the film went through a number of outfits herself, including (from left) David Koma, Cushnie, David Koma again and Fendi.

Oh, did you think we were done with Blake? Last month, the star kicked off her parade of pants looks on her Simple Favor press tour, including (from left) frayed orchid denim, a Zimmermann pinstripe and lace look, a graphic-print purple shorts look, multicolor plaid Roland Mouret, a layered velvet outfit by Brunello Cucinelli and neon Versace menswear – all topped off with oodles of Lorraine Schwartz jewelry.

In one day, the star’s style ranged from edgy (with a Mulberry bag) to retro (in Rochas with velvet Chloe Gosselin pumps) to ladylike (in a Valentino dress, Mulberry bag and Giuseppe Zanotti shoes) to comfy.

For a full day of meetings and events, the Honest entrepreneur had an equally full day of outfits, including a windowpane plaid Sea New York matching set, a pussybow blouse and pencil skirt (by Lela Rose, with Via Spiga sandals), a pink party dress and embroidered purse (all Dior) and an Onia cheetah-print kimono and pant to travel home in.

Over the course of 24 hours in two countries, the Duchess of Sussex looked impeccable in five very different outfits, including, from left: a Roland Mouret dress with Paul Andrew heels and Fendi bag; a Givenchy pantsuit with Sarah Flint heels; an Emilia Wickstead dress with Aquazzura pumps; a Givenchy skirt set with Strathberry bag and Paul Andrew suede shoes; and a Dior dress with heels by the brand.

Ocean’s 8…appears to be the number of looks Anne is trying to wear in one short day while out promoting the film. Over 24 hours, the star has worn everything from a slinky lamé jumpsuit to an office-appropriate blouse and A-line skirt; from a Bottega Veneta sparkly pocketed dress with Jenny Bird earrings to a turquoise-theme print outfit; from a Stella McCartney tiger-stripe skirt suit with Karen WAlker sunglasses to a white pants look with Alexis Bittar jewelry.

Kendall actually had five outfit changes during her busy day in N.Y.C.: In between her two Longchamp ensembles (leave it to a supermodel to look comfy in a long-sleeve dress and suede boots on a 90° day), high-waist jeans and white tee and the Elie Saab mini she wore to the Tiffany & Co. party, she posed for a pic in lingerie and hot rollers.

While most of Rosie’s outfits may be ambitious for anyone but a supermodel to pull off, even the mortals among us can agree it’s time to invest in some fabulous boots and a great red lipstick.

No time to get sick of the same old outfits! Selena didn’t stay in any one look for too long while on a press tour in London, changing from a Proenza Schouler jumper and top to an floral Isabel Marant dress and Mansur Gavriel shoes to an off-the-shoulder mini and Trademark slides to an all-black outfit and plaid coat with the Mansur Gavriel slippers again.

When you’re already known for your everyday style, as Kate is, you’ve got to go all-out for a press tour, as she did, wearing (from left): head-to-toe Coach; Oscar de la Renta with an Edie Parker bag; Mother Jeans with Roger Vivier accessories; a Rochas dress with Roger Vivier heels. 

She may only be 13, but the Stranger Things star pulls off the dramatic outfit changes as well as far more seasoned stars. She wears (from left): a Miu Miu jumpsuit with Giuseppe Zanotti boots; a Rodarte three-piece ensemble; a Gucci dress; a Wolford bodysuit under a brocade skirt suit; and a Louis Vuitton mini.

If you think that four outfits in a day is impressive, you need to see the rest of Gabrielle’s nonstop wardrobe changes during her book tour. (She’s in: a full Gabriela Hearst look; red velvet pants with a cropped turtleneck; a full Proenza Schouler look; Stella McCartney separates with a Danse Lente bag.)

Blake is in a category all her own when it comes to press tour outfit changes (seen here promoting All I See Is You) especially because she says she doesn’t have a stylist to wrangle all the outfits. You’ll often find her in a pile of beautiful shoes. (From left: she’s in Chanel, Oscar de la Renta and Brandon Maxwell, with shoes by Christian Louboutin and jewelry by Lorraine Schwartz.)

Because you deserve to see the rest of the outfits Blake pulled off in a day: See her in Monse, Chanel, Jonathan Simkhai (with a Bottega Veneta coat) and Ralph Lauren Collection.

A diva is the female version of a hustler, and noted diva J.Lo definitely had to hustle to squeeze five outifts into one day, including: a peplum Zuhair Murad outfit; Sophie Theallet jumpsuit; a Saint Laurent metallic ensemble and a Lilly e Violetta coat. 

Selena swapped outfits six times in June, including: a Miu Miu look; Victor Glemaud slip dress and top; Jacquemus mini; Christopher Kane dress and black-and-white tea-length dress (many worn with a favorite pair of Louis Vuitton sandals). 

Just imagining the suitcases Blake had to bring to Cannes to accomodate all her outfit changes (including, from left, Giambattista Valli Haute Couture, Versace, Preen and Vivienne Westwood Couture) makes us exhausted.

While promoting her book, Graham changed four times in a day – but kept the corsets consistent. She wore: a beige dress topped with an August Getty Atelier duster and Fleur du Mal belt; Nili Lotan dress; black turtleneck dress; and August Getty Atelier sheer dress. 

Another street style star who’s no stranger to a quick change in the back of the car: Jessica, who swapped styles four times in 24 hours but kept her Tod’s bag consistent. 

Multiple Dior looks in one day? Yes, she Cannes! While promoting Catching Fire at the French film festival, the star hit multiple events in four neutral-hued finds from the fashion house of which she’s the face. 

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