Cinema is inextricably linked with the world of fashion. It happens that the plot and performance of the actors do not make a strong impression, but the image created by the costume designer, the stylist, is simply mesmerizing. I have included 22 dresses in this collection.
Grace Kelly, "To Catch a Thief", 1954.
The outfits for this film were created by the costume designer Edith Head — the Hollywood legend (8 Oscar Awards).
Kristen Stewart, "The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn", 2011.
A romantic, elegant wedding dress with back cutout by famous American designer Carolina Herrera.
Elizabeth Taylor, "Cat on a Hot Tin Roof", 1958.
A silk slip dress became very popular after the release of the film on the screen.
Marilyn Monroe, "Niagara",1953.
Monroe's dresses in "Niagara" are the most sexual in the history of her biography. All the looks from the film were designed by Dorothy Jenkins. A bright pink sheath dress has become very popular, copies of the dresses were snapped up in department stores of America.
A quote from the movie:
"Why don't you wear such dresses?
— To wear them, you have to plan your life since 13!"
Liza Minnelli, "Cabaret", 1972.
A skimpy outfit: a bowler hat, a waistcoat on a naked body, shorts with high waist, stockings and boots. This image is familiar even to those who have not watched the "Cabaret" movie.
"The Seven Year Itch", 1955.
Actress — Marilyn Monroe, costume designer — Travilla
The white dress with pleated skirt, flying up from the flow of air from an air grid, is one of the most recognizable and publicized dresses.
The costume and set designer Cecil Beaton received an Oscar for a dress created for Audrey Hepburn — "My Fair Lady" movie, 1964. The white silk dress is covered with lace, trimmed with black and white accents and bows. A big hat with flowers, a bow and feathers completes the look.
Another outfit, which became one of the most recognizable and stylish.
Little black dress of Audrey Hepburn in "Breakfast at Tiffany's", created by the designer Hubert de Givenchy in 1961. The dress is balanced with long gloves and a mouthpiece.
"Sex in the city", 2008. Sarah Jessica Parker, the costume designer — Patricia Field.
It is very difficult to choose the best from a huge amount of amazing Carrie Bradshaw's outfits. But I think the first place should be given to the wedding dress by Vivienne Westwood.
"The Great Gatsby", 2013. Carey Mulligan.
These great outfits for the main character were made by Miuccia Prada. The translucent Daisy's dress is decorated with exquisite embroidery, sequins and decorated with a lush bow.
Kirsten Dunst, "Melancholia", 2011.
The wedding dress of the heroine has a long veil decorated with embroidery and lace, a draped bodice and a moderately full skirt. Costume designer — Manon Rasmussen.
Amber Heard, "The Rum Diary", 2010.
The costume designer Colleen Atwood collected outfits for the heroine in vintage stores for accurate reproduction of the style of the 60s.
Anita Ekberg, "La Dolce Vita", 1959.
The film won the Oscar in 1961 for the best costume design. A bustier dress, in which the heroine danced at the fountain, was made by Piero Gherardi.
Anita Ekberg, "The Family of Tenenbaum", 2001.
The costume designer is Karen Patch. This is an iconic outfit — a Fendi mink fur coat and a striped dress by Lacoste.
Ginger Rogers, "Top Hat", 1935.
The sparkling long dress Ginger dances in with Fred Astaire was created by the costume designer Bernard Newman. It is a perfect outfit.
"The Atonement," 2007. Keira Knightley.
A very feminine, sexy, flowing green dress, made of silk, fashion stylists called it "the best outfit in a movie of all time".
"Diana: a Love Story", 2013.
Actress — Naomi Watts, costume designer — Julian Day.
A blue dress from Versace has been specially recreated by the fashion house for this film.
Rita Hayworth, "Gilda", 1946.
A long silk bustier dress created by designer Jean Louis. The dress is decorated with a bow and complemented by long black gloves.
Sharon Stone, "Basic Instinct", 1992.
The creator of this famous white dress is Nino Cerruti, the founder of the Cerutti House. This is a game of contrasts — the classic closed top in a form of a turtleneck and a provocative mini.
Katharine Hepburn, "The Philadelphia Story", 1940.
The famous costume designer Adrian created this stunning dress in the Greek style.
Kate Hudson, "How to Lose a Guy in 10 days", 2003.
An amazing romantic and feminine yellow dress created by the costume designer Karen Patch.
Vivien Leigh, "Gone with the Wind", 1939.
The Scarlett's dress is one of the most iconic outfits in cinema. It was created by the talented costume designer Walter Plunkett, he is still admired. The most famous of all the Scarlett's outfits is this green dress. It was called "The Portieres Dress", because in the story it was made from green velvet curtains.
Thanks for watching.