Ah . . . the Little Black Dress. A sartorial staple for any fashionista--you just can't go wrong the LBD. Created over 80 years ago by (of course) Coco Chanel, the LBD embodied a new way of dawn-to-dusk dressing. In 1926, French Vogue called the LBD the uniform of any modern woman. And 80 years later, she's still going stong.
Audrey Hepburn's LBD from Breakfast at Tiffany's recently sold for over $1,02 million at auction. Besides, ho can forget the safety-pin Versace number that put a then unknown Elizabeth Hurley on the map? According to Karl Lagerfeld, a woman can't be over or under dressed in an LBD. Next to diamonds, she really is a girl's best friend. My favorite LBD is a little Dolce & Gabbana number--crafted in lamb fur. It's short, sexy and super luxurious. What more could a girl ask for?
*Dolce & Gabbana black lamb fur mini dress. In a Italian size 42. Priced at $5000.
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