Miniature versions of iconic dresses from the house of Dior from 1947 to 1950, decorate the couture salon at the house's Avenue Montaigne address, where 44 pieces from its latest jewelry collec...

Miniature versions of iconic dresses from the house of Dior from 1947 to 1950, decorate the couture salon at the house's Avenue Montaigne address, where 44 pieces from its latest jewelry collec...

Most Iconic Dresses of All Time - Sarah Jessica Parker, Sex and the City 2004 what a dress!

The 100 Most Iconic Dresses of All Time

Most Iconic Dresses of All Time - Sarah Jessica Parker, Sex and the City 2004 what a dress!

this is a gorgeous outfit worn by Grace Kelly in Alfred Hitchcock's Rear Window

Zoom sur les plus belles robes du cinéma

this is a gorgeous outfit worn by Grace Kelly in Alfred Hitchcock's Rear Window

The 100 Most Iconic Dresses of All Time - GoodHousekeeping.com

The 100 Most Iconic Dresses of All Time

Miniature versions of iconic dresses from the house of Dior from 1947 to 1950, decorate the couture salon at the house's Avenue Montaigne address, where 44 pieces from its latest jewelry collec...

Miniature versions of iconic dresses from the house of Dior from 1947 to 1950, decorate the couture salon at the house's Avenue Montaigne address, where 44 pieces from its latest jewelry collec...

Michelle Pfeiffer, Scarface An update on the classic gangster moll, Michelle Pfeiffer’s spaghetti-strap cami dresses in Scarface left little to the imagination. Clothes on Film has a great essay on the movie’s fashion ethos: dress like the world is yours.

The 10 Most Iconic Dresses in Cinema

Michelle Pfeiffer, Scarface An update on the classic gangster moll, Michelle Pfeiffer’s spaghetti-strap cami dresses in Scarface left little to the imagination. Clothes on Film has a great essay on the movie’s fashion ethos: dress like the world is yours.

This beautiful dress, designed by Edith Head for Elizabeth Taylor to wear in 1951's, A PLACE IN THE SUN.  A strapless boned bodice top with an enormous white tulle skirt over pale green satin, and white violets covering the bust.  One could argue that this dress defined a look for proms and brides for the following decade.

This beautiful dress, designed by Edith Head for Elizabeth Taylor to wear in 1951's, A PLACE IN THE SUN. A strapless boned bodice top with an enormous white tulle skirt over pale green satin, and white violets covering the bust. One could argue that this dress defined a look for proms and brides for the following decade.

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