Little Black Dress
You just can't go wrong with a little black dress and this edit showcases our favourite versions of the traditional wardrobe staple. It's popularity in modern fashion is credited to Coco Chanel, who in 1926 launched a simple, straight black dress in American Vogue. Chanel labelled it "a sort of uniform for all women of taste" and her comments have stood the test of time. Perhaps the most iconic little black dress (or LBD as we affectionately call it) is the one worn by Audrey Hepburn in the movie "Breakfast at Tiffany's" in the 60s, designed by Givenchy. The little black dress is chic and sexy, and each of the dresses below will add a different twist to the classic.
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