When it comes to style, no time of day says chic quite like cocktail hour. A time that has an entire dress code named after it maintains its iconic status for a reason. Whether they’re supers of ’90s or Studio 54 regulars including Grace Jones and Bianca Jagger, cocktail hour never goes out of style.
Shortly after they got married, Monroe and Miller were candidly captured being picture-perfect newly weds during cocktail hour.
The singer was captured by iconic photographer Helmut Newton whilst having a martini in 1991.
The two supermodels wore color contrasting looks while enjoying champagne together in the early ’90s.
Studio 54 was the go-to place for cocktail hour and beyond in the ’70s. Jagger was one of many chic participants, dressed here in a layered, one-shouldered dress.
…another Studio 54 frequent was this supermodel and singer. Dressed in a plunging, v-neck bodysuit, tinted glasses, and this hour’s ultimate accessory: a cocktail.
Cocktail hour was a common occurrence in the ’90s supermodel sphere. Here, Moss and Evangelista shared drinks and dressed in oh-so-’90s looks (spaghetti strap dresses, neon leather coats, and a ton of black.)
In 1950, Loren lies back on a rug in a diamond necklace and a floral embroidered cocktail dress.
The actress was full of laughter whilst popping a bottle of champagne on the set of Pretty Woman in 1990.
Bardot proved that sometimes, cocktail hour chic doesn’t have to involve a fancy dress by opting for a black v-neck cashmere sweater, jeans, and flats.
The two models were surrounded by flowers and dressed in shocking pink dresses as they enjoyed some white wine in a Helmut Newton shoot.
The actress reclined with a bottle of champagne on the set of the movie Sylvia Scarlett in 1935, dressed in wool pants and a button down shirt.
Deep Purple’s guitarist Tommy Bolin took a break from his guitar with a drink in hand, naturally.
Hepburn opted for a menswear-inspired look for cocktail hour, dressed in a tartan plaid tuxedo jacket, shirt, and bowtie.
The super lounged with a glass of white wine while being photographed by Arthur Elgort in 1990.
A model is pictured in a head-to-toe black ensemble and a martini glass.
Actress Adrienne Ames dressed in a chiffon dress and a wide brim black hat, complete with a cocktail glass in hand.
The actors looked classy sharing a cocktail in the movie The Thin Man in 1934.
From CR Fashion Book