There are many things that make a movie unforgettable, and one of them is the celebrity dresses worn by the actresses. Film history is full of wonderful designs, but here we show you some of which have become iconic for various reasons.
- Titanic (1997)
Kate Winslet says she never looked brighter than in this dress, designed by Deborah Lynn Scott, who was awarded an Oscar for their work.
- The Seven Year Itch (1955)
William Travilla was the creator of the dress Marilyn Monroe wore in the most memorable scene from this comedy by Billy Wilder. The image became so ubiquitous that the designer came to hate his own creation referring to it as “that stupid dress”.
- Gone with the Wind (1939)
The dress that Vivien Leigh’s character supposedly made with curtains, was actually a creation of designer William Plunkett.
- Gilda (1946)
No dress has better defined the image of the femme fatale than this creation of fashion designer Jean Louis, worn by the legendary Rita Hayworth.
- Atonement (2007)
Jacqueline Durran was the creator of this beautiful green dress worn by Keira Knightley. This dress has been chosen in several polls as the most beautiful in the history of cinema.
- Breakfast at Tiffany’s (1964)
Audrey Hepburn wore this dress by the great Hubert de Givenchy. It was he who designed this fascinating evening dress the actress wore in the famous film by Blake Edwards.
- Pretty Woman (1990)
Julia Roberts transformed from street prostitute to princess, thanks to this spectacular dress by Nino Ceruti. Interestingly, it was a last-minute design because, initially, it was meant to be black.
- My Fair Lady (1965)
Audrey Hepburn wore this dress in the legendary George Cukor musical, made by designer Cecil Beaton.
Here’s to hoping more iconic celebrity dresses are in future films.