The most stylish criminals in history
Anna Sorokin - Anna Sorokin, also known as Anna Delvey, is the famous con artist who tricked New York's elite into believing she was a German heiress.
Mata Hari - Mata Hari was a Dutch exotic dancer at the beginning of the 20th century, famous for her seductive beauty and unique style
Bugsy Siegel - Bugsy Siegel is the mobster credited with building Las Vegas up to the gambling and leisure mecca that it is today.
Elizabeth Holmes - Elizabeth Holmes was a ground-breaking young entrepreneur in biotechnology who turned out to be a fraud.
Jeremy Meeks - Jeremy Meeks' story is beyond belief. The handsome felon was a member of the Crips, the notoriously violent Californian street gang.
John Dillinger - John Dillinger was a famous gangster active during the Great Depression in the 1930s
Charles Ponzi - The name Ponzi is famous these days thanks to one Charles Ponzi, and the money-making scam he invented in the 1920s.
Evelyn "Billie" Frechette - Billie Frechette was a singer who dated Dillinger for about six months.
Patty Hearst - Patty Hearst was the stylish young heiress to a publishing fortune when she was kidnapped by a group of leftist extremists called the Symbionese Liberation Army in 1974.
Wolfgang and Helene Beltracchi - Wolfgang Beltracchi and his wife Helene pulled off some of the most stylish crimes in history.
Pearl Hart - Hart carried out the robbery dressed in men's clothing
Lucky Luciano - The Italian-born gangster known as Lucky Luciano is considered the father of organized crime in the US.
Comtesse de La Motte - She managed to make off with the jewelry herself by forging letters and enlisting a Marie Antoinette lookalike.
Bonnie and Clyde - The bank-robbing duo looked like a perfectly nice, well-put-together couple, with Bonnie in her pencil skirts, knit sweaters, and beret, and Clyde in his dapper suits.