As Thanksgiving approaches, let's take a moment to reflect on what we're thankful for...
In the 1930's Hepburn's non-conformist style was revolutionary. Thanks to her, wearing menswear trousers in a time where women rarely wore pants changed fashion forever. Who said pantsuits were just for men?
Born Norma Jeane Mortenson, Monroe was a 1950's sex symbol. But when it came to fashion, this femme fetale embraced her curves in a smart way, showing us that sexy can be classy.
Her role as Holly Golightly in Breakfast at Tiffany's immortalized the LBD (little black dress). Accessorized with pearls, Hepburn looked effortlessly chic and forever transformed a simple silhouette into a wardrobe essential.
Grace Kelly was the face of elegance, class and sophistication. Gracefully, Hermes Birkin named one of his bags after her and now we can get our own piece of polished perfection- the Kelly bag.
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Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis Like Audrey Hepburn, Jackie O was effortlessly chic. As American royalty in the 60's, she popularized A-line dresses and pillbox hats. Post White House, Jackie made Hermes headscarves and big over-sized "Jackie O" sunglasses her signature look.
In the 1970's Diana Ross had 'Supreme' style. Her wild hair and sparkly frocks made everyone want to flaunt their inner diva.