Thu, 31 May 2012 04:27:45 GMT | By Simone Camy
Fashion Flashback: Angelina Jolie

Take a look at how Angelina Jolie's style has grown.

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Angelina Jolie is one of Hollywoods most talked about women. Coming from a family of actors, Angelina found her grip in the industry. She's known to play crime fighting roles like, Lara Croft.

But this star has come a long way when it comes to style and fashion. She gone from being a rebel, gothic teenager to a full grown classy woman.

Check out Angelina Jolie's style through the years. Do you think it has improved?


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