Style Muse: The LBD

To celebrate the start of Little Black Dress season, we've rounded up some of the most iconic LBD's to get you in the party mood.

Audrey Hepburn

Audrey Hepburn

Movie fanatic or a casual Netflix's subscriber, everybody knows of Breakfast at Tiffany's. Who could forget Ms Hepburn's role as Holly Golightly, and how great she looked in that Givenchy shift, possibly the original LBD.


Princess Diana

The 'People's Princess' has had many covetable looks, but the one that stands out the most and cements her as one of the best-dressed royals, is her look from the Vanity Fair party at the Serpentine Gallery in 1994. The off-the-shoulder, sweetheart, bodycon design ticks all of the boxes.


Jackie Kennedy

We are firm believers of the saying, behind every great man is a great - and even better dressed - woman. Yep, we have tweaked it slightly, but this couldn't be truer of John F Kennedy and his fashionable wife, Jackie Onassis. Aside from being the First Lady, Jackie will always be remembered for her signature LBD and matching pearls.


Elizabeth Hurley

If you like your LBD a tad risqué, you will love Liz Hurley's look from the Four Weddings and a Funeral premier. Her statement LBD was courtesy of Versace, and featured a plunge neckline, a thigh-high split, cut-out detailing and gold safety pins, wow!


Marilyn Monroe

Marilyn's most famous look has got to be that white halterneck, nothing beats it, but a very close second is one of her many LBD's. Our favorite look is this Bardot style, which happens to be making a stylish comeback.

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