Woman’s dress of blue/green
bamboo-print silk chiffon with jewelled clasp. Worn with jewelled,
high-heeled mules. By Donatella Versace for
The dress was originally modelled on the catwalk by Amber Valetta
and then became one of the most photographed dresses that year.
Jennifer Lopez and Geri Halliwell both wore the dress.
Chosen by Lisa Armstrong, The Times
Woman’s black gauze ‘peasant’ top woven with feathers and velvet
and black satin skirt. Worn with black leather boots and black
panne velvet scarf. By Tom Ford for Yves
Saint Laurent Rive Gauche.
Chosen by Alexandra Shulman, Vogue
Woman's sleeveless dress of mis-shaped and textured pieces of black
fabric in a mixture of knit weave and jersey. Worn with
distressed brown cow-hide brogues. By Junya
Chosen by Hilary Alexander, The Daily Telegraph.
The outfit by Marni
combines print, colour and utilitarian style that encapsulated the
bohemian moment popularised by Sienna Miller.
Chosen by Lucinda Chambers, Fashion Director of
Oriental look evening dress that consists of a halter neck top of
Bordeaux dragon print satin with a mandarin collar, a matching
bustier and fishtails skirt. By Tom Ford for Yves
Saint Laurant Rive Gauche.
It was worn by Nicole Kidman to the Tony Awards in June 2004 in New
Chosen by Sarajane Hoare, Vanity Fair magazine.
Kingfisher blue silk faille balloon dress. By Alber
Elbaz for Lanvin from the Spring/Summer 05
The Fashion Museum has several pieces in the collection by
Lanvin, a long-established French couture house. One particular
treasure is a green shot silk dress from 1919 with the
characteristic drop waist of the late teens/early 1920s. There is
no doubt that the Dress of the Year 2005 – also a
green silk dress with a drop waist – has a kinship
with the earlier piece from the same house.
Chosen by Charlie Porter, Associate Editor of GQ and
fashion columnist to The Guardian newspaper.
Olive green urban-style coat with fur patch pockets, worn with
sensational platform stack brown leather shoes, by
Chosen by Sarah Mower
Troubadour Dress by
Giles from Autumn/ Winter 2007. Orange double
Duchesse silk satin dress, with a huge orange scarf. The shoes are
by Gina and are decorated with dark green / black curled cock
Chosen by fashion writer Hywel Davies.
Navy blue and gold star trouser ensemble by Karl
Lagerfeld for Chanel, which was worn
by Kate Moss to her 34th birthday party in 2008; and a
button through polka dot dress with 1940s / 1970s shoulder pads by
Kate Moss for
Chosen by TV’s Paula Reed, who is also Style Director of
Black and white trompe l’oeil corset dress by Antonio Beradi,
featuring lace panelling, was originally shown in Berardi’s
Spring/Summer 2009 collection.
Chosen by Lucy Yeomans, Editor of Harper's
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