Some things just never go out of style.  Here’s a short list of my favorite, free-spirited, boho style icons.

1. Stevie Nicks

I don’t know if there’s anyone in this world who’s a better source of boho style inspiration than the fairy godmother of bohemian women, Stevie Nicks.

2. Talitha Getty

“I knew the youthfulness of the sixties: Talitha and Paul Getty lying on a starlit terrace in Marrakesh, beautiful and damned, and a whole generation assembled as if for eternity where the curtain of the past seemed to lift before an extraordinary future.”

3. Iris Apfel

“I’m a hopeless romantic. I buy things because I fall in love with them. I never buy anything just because it’s valuable. My husband used to say I took a piece of fabric and listen to the threads. It tells me a story… I have to get a physical reaction when I buy something. A coup de foudre — a bolt of lightning. It’s fun to get knocked out that way!”

4. Chaka Khan

“But really, we also need to learn how to love one another as women. How to appreciate and respect each other.”

For decades, this boho style icon has been at the forefront of music and has been heralded as the reigning Queen of Funk.

5. Zoë Kravtiz

“Beauty is when you can appreciate yourself. When you love yourself, that’s when you’re most beautiful.”

Zoe Kravitz has emerged as a modern-day boho style icon in her own right.

6. Jade Castrinos

“Even though we are all grownups, we all were children once and we like to have fun and be free and not really give a darn what anybody’s thinking.”

7. Jane Birkin

“My look is a cocktail. I’m not as nicely turned out as the French, but I don’t care like the English.”

8. Bianca Jagger

“I don’t want to wear what every other women wears. I won’t be dictated to.”

9.  Donna Summer

“I don’t care if I’m beautiful; I don’t care what I am on the outside. It isn’t about the outside.”

10. Florence Welch

“I like the idea of not being afraid of letting your imagination rule you, to feel the freedom of expression, to let creativity be your overwhelming drive rather than other things.”