5 Stars Who Steal Clothes From Their Stylish Parents

These 5 stars all have famous and stylish parents, so it’s no surprise that they’ve been tempted to go through their mother or father’s wardrobe – and they’ve even helped themselves to a few pieces in the process! Some of these parents are known for their iconic sense of style, and have passed on their vintage pieces to their kids, while others just love to help themselves to a freebie – if only for a little while before returning it!

Apple Martin


Gwnyeth Paltrow revealed that her young daughter Apple has already started taking from her wardrobe: “She’s wearing a lot of my tank tops and T-shirts and sweatpants, she’s tall.”

Bella Hadid

Bella likes to take a few essentials from her mother Yolanda’s stash: “Sometimes I steal my mom’s things, so I’ll have a stolen pair of jeans and a stolen sweater, and then I’m good.”

Georgia May Jagger

Georgia often borrows her mother’s vintage pieces: “Watching my mother get ready to go out [as a child], I would try on her shoes and hide amongst her dresses, it was magical. My big sisters stole everything before me, but [nowadays] I can still regularly borrow from her Vivienne Westwood cardigan collection. I also take her clutch bags, I don’t have very many of them because I’m not a proper adult yet! What I can’t borrow is her shoes though, her feet are ten times bigger than mine…”

Lourdes Leon

Madonna says her daughter Lourdes regularly helps herself to designer goodies: “My Christian Dior shoes will go missing, and then some fabulous bag, I won’t be able to find, and then my skinny jeans, the only pair that fit me, are gone — and these fishnets, I had to sew up a hole in them because she stole them the other day and wore them and put a hole in them. And then put them back in my closet.”

Zoe Kravitz

Zoe’s dad Lenny has revealed that most of his old clothes is now in his daughter’s wardrobe: “I would try anything – furs, boas, platform boots… It’s funny how you never think you’re going to change. I met Mick Jagger at the beginning of my career and asked him, ‘Where’s that outfit with the omega on it? Where’s that cape?’ He said, ‘I don’t know. I think my daughter has it in her closet’. I was so bummed, but now my daughter, Zoe, has a lot of my stuff. She took all my boas from the Mama Said (album) era. They were in storage, and I yelled at her, ‘Don’t steal my boas!’ She laughed and said, ‘Those words would not come out of most fathers’ mouths’.”