The 5 Most Iconic Little Black Dresses

Jun 25th 2015 | fashion

On Saturday 27th June, SINTILLATE host our Little Black Dress Party, inviting all ladies to don their LBDs and spend an evening with us at Mode. Girls wearing a LBD who join us before 11.30pm will receive a complimentary cocktail upon arrival, helping you to start your night off in style! To celebrate the occassion we feature five of the most iconic Little Black Dresses of all time. 

Princess Diana’s ‘revenge dress’ (1994)
It was the LBD that spoke a thousand words. On the night that Prince Charles admitted his adultery with Camilla Parker Bowles on national TV, the late Princess Diana stepped out at a function at London’s Serpentine Gallery looking incredible in this stunning Christina Stambolian dress

Liz Hurley’s daring safety pin dress (1994)
Liz Hurley was virtually unknown before accompanying then-boyfriend Hugh Grant down the red carpet at the London premiere of Four Weddings and Funeral back in 1994 in this daring Versace dress. It had the desired effect, catapulting her into the limelight and launching her career instantly.

Cara Delevingne’s Cannes lace gown (2013)
Supermodel of the moment Cara wowed at Cannes in 2013 in this vampish Burberry gown, featuring intricate lace arms and overlay, plunging neckline and trail.

Audrey Hepburn as Holly Golightly in Breakfast at Tiffany’s (1961)
The greatest LBD icon of all time, Audrey Hepburn is most famous for the Givenchy gown she wears in the opening scene of Breakfast at Tiffany’s, but it’s the knee-length cocktail dress she throws on to visit a mobster in prison that really inspires. 

Victoria Beckham’s LFW LBD (2009)
Posh Spice to acclaimed fashion designer, Victoria Beckham certainly knows a thing or two when it comes to pulling off an LBD look. She hates fuss and loves sleek lines and a streamlined silhouette.

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