Masterpieces from Hollywood which marked generations of women.“Give an actress the right dress, and she’ll conquer the world” -Mademoiselle Florens
10- Cinderella’s ball dress in the 1950 Disney movie:
The Cinderella blue ball dress accessorized with a pair of glass slippers had generations of little girls wishing for fairy godmother to offer them the dress of their dreams. For many, this dress has marked the beginning of a love for fashion and elegance.
9. Kate Winslet in ‘Titanic’:
Rose Dewitt Bukater, played by Kate Winslet , in the dress that had Jack Dawson’s head spinning in the ultimate romantic movie. Austrian crystals, glass beading, and over 1,000 hours went into the making of this gown.
8- Catherine Zeta-Jones’ dress in ‘Chicago’:
The Stunning Retro chic cabaret dress worn by Velma Kelly, Catherine Zeta-Jones’ character in the 2002 movie Chicago had fringe skirt and sequin trim make a huge comeback.
7 -Audrey Hepburn wearing Givenchy in ‘Sabrina’:
At Number 7 of The 10 Most beautiful dresses in history of Cinema, Mademoiselle Audrey Hepburn in a Givenchy gown for the 1954 film Sabrina. One of the most elegant and timeless costumes of Old Hollywood.
6- Sarah Jessica Parker in a Vivienne Westwood wedding dress in SATC movie:
When questioned by her fiancé Big on the unexpectedly large number of guests at their wedding , Carrie Bradshaw replies with awe ’It’s the dress……
5- The Marie Antoinette Period dresses:
Marie Antoinette , the ill-fated Queen of France was famous for her lavishness, eccentricity and sumptuousness.It therefore comes up as no surprise that costumes worn by Kirsten Dunst in the 2006 Sofia Coppola movie were all showstoppers.
4. The emerald-green dress by costume designer Jacqueline Durran in Atonement:
The dress has been voted the Best Film Costume in a 2008 survey done by Sky Movies and British InStyle magazine.
3 -Julia in Red in ‘Pretty Woman’:
In Gary Marshall’s 1990 movie Pretty Woman, Julia Roberts’ red evening gown had Edward Lewis, and the world, fallen head over heels. To this day, it still represents one of the most ‘Cinderella’ scenes in contemporary cinema.
2- Marilyn Monroe in ‘The Seven year itch’:
Marilyn Monroe’s white halter dress in the 1955 movie The Seven Year Itch, personified all the glamour and sex-appeal that Norma Jean represented. To this day, this photography remains the most iconic picture of Marilyn Monroe.
1-Kristein Stewart in wedding dress in ‘Twilight’:
We admit it: in our vampire-loving hearts, Bella Swan’s onscreen wedding dress was more exciting than Kate Middleton’s — and Pippa’s — real-life Royal Wedding ensemble combined. Designed by Carolina Herrera, Bella’s gown is a sleek creation of crepe satin, French Chantilly lace and 152 covered buttons with a cut-down-to-there keyhole back.
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