Some dresses made an indelible mark not only in our memory but also in film history. The iconic white dress Marilyn Monroe wore in the film Grass Widower Audrey Hepburn's black cocktail dress from Breakfast at Tiffany's are legendary! What others can you think of?
The blonde beauty is one of the greatest sex symbols in history and has won the hearts of many men throughout her life. After the legendary subway scene, where Marilyn revealed her tantalizing curves in a white dress, there was hardly anyone left who hadn't succumbed to her charm! The iconic dress was auctioned off for an incredible 84 million crowns in 2011!
A black cocktail dress, a bun and luxury pearls. Most of everybody knows this outfit worn by the beautiful Audrey - and you don't, hurry up and watch Breakfast at Tiffany's. The brunette with a charming smile will convince you that black is immortal and that elegance is essential for a real lady.
Who wouldn't know the story of a prostitute and a rich businessman. In the movie Pretty Woman, Julia wore a number of stylish robes, including a chic ensemble or a polka dot dress, but the red full length dress with bare shoulders is a whole new level of elegance! Originally, the evening gown was supposed to be black, but designer Marilyn Vance convinced the creators of the movie that seductive red was much more suited for Vivian's character.
Pretty much the whole world loves the moving story of Jack and Rose. Kate wore this beautiful gown by designer Deborah Scott the night she first saw Leonardo. Although the dress looks soft and light, the opposite is true. If Kate had been wearing it when the Titanic sank, she would have probably gone down bin the shake of a lamb's tail. Due to the gathered skirt and distinctive ornamentation, the final weight of the dress was over 10 kilograms!
The cold-blooded murderer Catherine Tramell knew how to get the men in Basic Instinct reeling. Ever since the legendary interrogation scene, everyone would remember the sexy mini dress she wore without underwear forever!
When the popular movie Sex in the City began to be shown in cinemas, all brides in the world immediately wanted a Vera Wang dress. Carrie Bradshaw might have gotten married in a minimalist ensemble at the end of the film, but the luxury robe from Vera etched itself into everyone's mind.
The gorgeous satin dress that Kate Hudson wore in the crazy comedy How to Lose a Guy in 10 Days is a feast for the eyes. Although few can afford such a cut, Kate is definitely one of them.
The selection of legendary movie dresses would hardly be complete without Frances Houseman's pink model. This character from the movie Dirty Dancing was portrayed by the charismatic actress Jennifer Gray.
The distinctively decorated dress in the shade of nude worn by the actress Carey Mulligan, who portrayed Daisy Buchanan, in The Great Gatsby, is simply epic. It will bring you right back to the dance floor in the age of lavish parties that you'd love to experience!
The BEST of the movie screen is concluded with the divine Cinderella gown, worn by the beautiful Lily James in the 2015 film version. A total of 20 people participated in the creation of the luxury dress, which took 500 hours to finish. This spectacular robe consists of 8 skirts including a petticoat and is adorned with over 100,000 Swarovski crystals.