There are some dresses in the history of fashion that are forgotten today and trends affecting our clothes today. Here we present the most legendary gowns of the 20th Century ago.

The jersey dress by Coco Chanel

This dress was a real revolution in the fashion world. The famous designer Coco Chanel designed in 1917 called the jersey dress. This was characterized by functionality and a comfortable fit. The French fashion designer had his life a very great influence on high couture which they by Time Magazine in the list of 100 most influential people of the 20th Century was taken on.

The Monroe Dress

The white dress of Marilyn Monroe is the most famous dress in film history. The white dress draped everyone knows today. She has worn the dress in the film “The Seven Year Itch” from 1955. To date, there has not been forgotten, as Monroe’s dress flapping up and elegantly expresses the hem down, as it occurs in a ventilation shaft of the New York underground. A real classic.


The Givenchy dress of Audrey Hepburn

This dress Audrey Hepburn made the absolute style icon of the 60s. In “Breakfast for Tiffany” they had their grand appearance in the stunning evening dress that was floor-length and all in black. To this day Audrey Hepburn in this dress is the epitome of elegance. The “Long Black” is still often a garment worn on the red carpets of the world.

The wrap dress by Diane von Furstenberg

In the 70s, the so-called wrap dress is designed by the star was Diane von Furstenberg. This dress has the famous fashion designer. Still wear stars from around the world wrap dresses to sporty or elegant occasions. One of the first copies of the so-called warp dress is now in the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York.