It’s hard to say whether the What Not to Wear star is better known for her career as a stylist or for her distinctive mane. London has had her prominent gray streak, which is technically a birthmark, since she was 11 years old.
"I’m proud it’s completely gray," Harris told People magazine some years ago. The country crooner, who ditched the dye in her forties, added, "If it encourages other women to say, ‘I can do that, too,’ that’s great, and they should wear it proudly. We earned those gray hairs!"
In a letter endorsing then-presidential candidate Barack Obama, Morrison wrote, "It is too bad if we associate it [wisdom] only with gray hair and old age." Of course, the world held this Nobel laureate in high regard long before she went gorgeously gray.
Field has been in the public eye since she played Gidget at 18, and she’s committed to aging gracefully, gray strands included. "There are roles I want to do when I’m an old woman, and I don’t want to look like a weird old woman," she told Good Housekeeping.