Gentlemen Prefer Blondes is an iconic musical comedy film that hit the silver screens in the 1950s. Staring Lorelei (Marilyn Monroe) and Dorothy (Jane Russell), the two women go on a quest for love enticing men along the way.
Jacqueline Bouvier was a woman famed not only for her marriage to John F. Kennedy and for being the most popular First Lady of the United States, but also for her iconic style and grace.
Iconic wedding dresses of the ’70s ’70s fashion encompassed various different styles, the era was host to an array of trends, some of which are making it to the catwalks today. Whether that’s flares, over-the-knee suede boots, folk-inspired printed dresses, turtle neck jumpers or denim dresses – we all probably have a few sat in […]
Iconic wedding dresses of the ’60s Instead of producing one singular style, the ’60s much like the ’70s brought with it a range of new trends. It wasn’t the fashion houses setting the trends but rather the ‘it girls’ and their unique styles – we’re talking the likes of Bridgette Bardot, Audrey Hepburn and Twiggy. […]
Iconic wedding dresses of the ’50s Celebrating the end of WWII and the much-anticipated lift in rationing, the 1950s saw a significant new era of experimental and soon-to-be iconic bridal fashion. This age is still a source of inspiration for dressmakers today. Hooped skirts and corsets were popularised, creating exaggerated feminine waistlines and silhouettes. The […]