Together, they created some of the images we still envision today when we play word association with the name "Marilyn Monroe." Marilyn Monroe created one of the most famous moments in cinematic history when she stood over a subway grate and let the wind lift up her white cocktail dress in...

It is right up there with Audrey Hepburn's LBD from Breakfast at Tiffany's, that iconic white halterneck dress worn by Marilyn Monroe in The Seven Year Itch. Who could forget that history-making scene when the blonde bombshell stood over a subway vent and let the wind blow up her dress? Well,...

"Brigitte Bardot is the epitome of classic French styling and despite being out of the limelight for all these years, she is still held up as a style icon. "She was the pin-up girl for a golden age and has never been forgotten in France and, it seems, in Britain. The fact that she

June 21, 2011 Debbie Reynolds has sold Marilyn Monroe's "subway dress", which the late actress wore in The Seven-Year Itch, earning $4·6 million. The collector paid over $5½ million once fees were included, as part of Reynolds' auction of her private collection of Hollywood memorabilia. She...

There are so many absolutely beautiful pictures of Brigitte Bardot, as usual I found it hard to choose, so I've gone mental and used loads. Here are some of her quotes, they're not always the happiest but I hope she's happy now. "I'm a girl from a good family who was very well brought...

I just want to be wonderful" Marilyn Monroe (1926-1962) Have a fabulous evening xxx

Other iconic pieces included in the auction were the Audrey Hepburn's costume in "My Fair Lady," a headdress worn by Elizabeth Taylor in "Cleopatra," Marilyn Monroe's red-sequined dress from "Gentlemen Prefer Blondes," Judy Garland's blue cotton dress from "The wizard of Oz," and Mike...

She is thought to have popularised the bikini, and has not a bag or a hat but a neckline named after hers – the Bardot neckline (in case you wondered) is one that is wide open and gracefully exposes both shoulders. So now you know! Here's the list for the top ten most stylish women of all...

Painting #209 Acrylic on gessoed hardboard – Alvin Richard, 2012 When Marilyn Monroe was asked by a reporter in 1954, what she wore to bed, the screen siren's response has by now become part of history: "a few drops of CHANEL N° 5″. Recently, the House of CHANEL was able to procure an...

You know we were wondering why the fashion people keep on reediting Marilyn Monroe with (almost) every model out there? And we said they should stop doing that? It would appear that not only fashion repeats itself but that's something people should learn to do also: look what one dress worn...

 

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