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In honour of iconic Old Hollywood glamour we’re taking a look at the signature style of our favourite 50s icons and their continuing influence on fashion today.
AUDREY HEPBURN The LBD worn by Holly Golightly in the classic ; is possibly one of, if not the most iconic fashion moment in cinema history.
While this look went on to be synonymous with sophisticated demure chic, off screen Audrey Hepburn was known for her effortless sense of style.
Audrey’s personal style was a perfect balance between androgyny and feminine whimsy.
She offset her boyish haircut and love of flats and loafers with delicate cashmere cardigans and dainty accessories.
BY MALENE BIRGER Bold graphic prints in black and white were contrasted with soft and luxurious fabrications.
Clean lines and uncomplicated styling married ladylike dresses with menswear inspired trousers and coats; echoing Audrey Hepburn’s signature understated and effortless sophistication.
BETTIE PAGE Bettie Page was known for her jet-black hair, and severe straight-cut bangs.
With her playful demeanor and preference for ultra feminine figure-hugging clothes, it’s not hard to see why she became known as ‘the original ‘50s pinup’ and was painted as the perfect mix of wholesome housewife and vampish sex symbol.
The post World War II silhouette meant voluminous full skirts and tiny corseted waistlines aided in playing up the curves that put her on the map.
BOTTEGA VENETA Almost the entire collection, comprised of black and a deep crimson, set the deeply sensual tone.