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The Dresses That Became History

27/08/2018

Sometimes men do not understand why it takes too long for a woman to decide what to wear on an occasion. Well, it’s easy for them, as they only have to wear a suit and a tie. The hard part is always finding the perfect dress that will make you the center of attention. Sometimes, you even decide not to go somewhere if you haven’t found the proper outfit. Such thing most men will never understand, but women will support each other on this issue.

What you wear to a certain event is something that will remain in everyone’s memory if you have hit the jackpot and showed up wearing the most amazing outfit. But even if you show up in the most outrageous outfit ever and everyone is shocked, it will also remain in everyone’s memory.

Through the years we have witnessed many red carpet events, fashion shows, movie premiers, festivals, concerts etc. If you ask someone what are the most iconic dresses worn by famous celebrities, for sure he/she will name a few. There are so many beautiful outfits worn by our favorite artists, which are still remembered, even though so much time has passed. One can also name a few that almost shocked everyone with their extravagant outfits. When speaking of shocking, we are pretty sure that Lady Gaga’s meat dress at the MTV Video Music Awards in 2010 will never be forgotten.

Maybe it was Marilyn Monroe who started the game of the most memorable dresses or not, because the white dress she wore in the movie The Seven Year Itch in 1955 has remained a timeless piece, which gives you the impression that it has spread its roots so deep that people still recognize it nowadays.

As we like to bring back some of the things that have happened many years before, we have rounded up for you some of the most iconic dresses in history.

Audrey Hepburn in ‘Breakfast At Tiffany’s’

 

 

Princess Diana at the Serpentine Gallery’s summer party, hosted by Vanity Fair in June 1994.

 

 

Bjork at the Oscars in 2001

 

 

Cher at the Oscars in 1986

 

 

Elizabeth Hurley in a Versace black gown at the premiere of Four Weddings and a Funeral in 1994

 

 

Farrah Fawcett at the 1978 Oscars

 

 

Grace Kelly To Catch a Thief, 1955

 

 

Grace Kelly’s wedding dress designed by Helen Rose

 

 

Gwyneth Paltrow in Ralph Lauren at the Oscars in 1999

 

 

Jennifer Lopez in Versace at the Grammys, 2000

 

 

Julia Roberts at the Oscars in 2011. She wore a nine-year-old dress from Valentino’s Haute Couture archives

 

 

Julia Roberts in ‘Pretty Woman’

 

Kate Middleton’s wedding dress by fashion house Alexander McQueen. The dress was inspired by Grace Kelly’s wedding dress

 

 

Keira Knightley in the Atonement in 2007

 

 

Lady Gaga in 2010 at the VMAs

 

 

Madonna at the 1984 MTV Music Video Awards

 

 

Marilyn Monroe in The Seven Year Itch,1955

 

 

Marilyn Monroe in ‘Gentlemen Prefer Blondes’

 

 

Rihanna in Adam Selman at the 2014 CFDA awards

 

 

Sharon Stone in Basic Instinct, 1992

 

 

The engagement announcement of Prince William with Kate Middleton in 2010. Kate wore a wrap dress by Issa which was immediately sold out.

 

 

The slip dress worn by Kate Moss at a party in 1993

 

 

Angelina Jolie in Atelier Versace at the Oscars in 2012

 

Elizabeth Taylor in Cleopatra, 1963

 

Marilyn Monroe singing ’Happy Birthday’ for John F. Kennedy, in a luxuriant full-length evening sheath dress embroidered with rhinestones.

 

Jennifer Grey in Dirty Dancing, 1987

 

Cameron Diaz in The Mask, 1994

 

 

Coco Chanel’s little black dress

 

By Enxhi Tufina

 

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