During the 20th Century have created Unique fashion designer clothes & clothing. We want to present in this article the most important dresses this time. As a fashion victim you should get this imprinted!

Coco Chanel: The Jersey Dress

The jersey dress was a true revolution in the world of fashion. The world famous designer Coco Chanel designed in 1917 called the jersey dress. Significant properties: functionality and a comfortable fit. The fashion designer, who is originally from France, had in their lifetime a very, very big impact on the high couture, making Coco by Time Magazine in the list of 100 most influential people of the 20th Century was recorded.


In piece of history: The Monroe Dress

The dress of Marilyn Monroe that was completely white, is the most famous dress in film history . The draped dress is a household name today. Monroe wore the dress for the first time in the movie “The Seven Year Itch”, which came in the days of rock n roll, namely in 1955 in the cinemas. Unforgettable is the moment when Monroe lets the dress flutters up the hem and elegant, but also playful, trying to push down when she steps on a ventilation shaft of the New York underground. This moment was memorable so many artists pose in implementing such figures. To date, one can imagine the “playful” make Monroe as a figure in the garden or in your own four walls.

Audrey Hepburn: The designer of Givenchy dresses

This dress Audrey Hepburn catapulted to the top of the style icons of the 60s. In “Breakfast for Tiffany”, a world-famous Hollywood movie, Hepburn had her memorable appearance in this beautiful evening dress that was black and floor length. Until the present day Audrey Hepburn with this dress evokes the symbol of elegance, “Lady Ness” and femininity. The “Long Black” as it is called, is still often a garment worn on the red carpets of Hollywood.

Diane von Furstenberg and the wrap dress

We are in the 70s, Diane von Furstenberg (This name sounds very elegant, do not you think?), A world-famous star designer at the time, designed the “wrap dress”. This type of dress made ​​famous fashion designer across the globe. Wrap dresses are always worn by stars today on various occasions. Watch out: One of the first warp dress , you can now in the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York City view. Admire the first drafts of the wrap dress!