Gentlemen prefer blondes
This film makes for one of the most memorable costumes in cinema (red dresses included), but this time we are left with the dress that William Travilla devised for Marilyn Monroe with matching opera gloves. A design with its own Wikipedia page and replicated ad nauseam that the actress wore at the time she sings her Diamonds are a girl’s best friend (and Madonna years later in her Material girl).
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The Italian actress Sofia Loren plays Yasmine in this 1966 spy movie. One of the most legendary scenes is in which Loren tries on different shoes that her lover treats her with. In it appears this ruffled dress, in pale pink, signed by Marc Bohan for Dior.
To Catch a thief
It is impossible not to review the wardrobe of a movie in which Grace Kelly does not appear as one of its main protagonists. In To Catch a Thief (1955), whose designs were carried out by the mythical Edith Head, the actress also wears a look in salmon pink and a print with white motifs and a delicate matching neck scarf. This set became part of the Debbie Reynolds collection that was auctioned in 2011. Its price was estimated between 30,000 and 50,000 dollars.
Pretty in pink
For posterity is the eighties dress in the pure style of graduation that Andie (Molly Ringwald) wears in the film. Dropped sleeves, lace collar … nothing was missing.
Breakfast at Tiffany’s
Yes, the black Givenchy dress worn by Audrey Hepburn is one of the most memorable of the film that adapts this novel by Truman Capote. However, another of the most iconic designs is this one in pink that Hepburn wears to match with a coat.
This 1945 musical recreated some of the Ziegfeld Follies’ most iconic shows. The film stars several of the most recognized talents of Metro Golden such as Fred Astaire or Judy Garland, although we are left with Lucille Ball and this pink dress with feathers that she wears in one of the most iconic numbers of the film . Helen Rose was one of the costume designers responsible for her wardrobe.
Jennifer Grey in a ball gown in Dirty Dancing by Emile Ardolino
In a minimalist version, like a slip-dress , it was the strapless dress in pink that Sissy Spacek wore to get under the skin of Carrie White. As an anecdote, the original dress in Stephen King’s novel is red, but its costume designer Rosanna Norton decided that it was pink because it would look better with all the blood that would stain it later.
La La Land
With a vintage air but irresistible topicality: this was the sleeveless shirt dress with collars that Emma Stone wore on that walk through Los Angeles that she did with Ryan Gosling for this Oscar-winning film.
Information credits to Vogue.es