Thursday, December 5, 2019

Story image for iconic gown from Entertainment Weekly (blog)

'Empire': 27 of Cookie's Best Looks

Entertainment Weekly (blog)-Oct. 17, 2015
Cookie makes the turtleneck cool again in a textured long-sleeve dress. ... Simply iconic! .... Cookie can do no wrong in this printed white bodycon dress.
Story image for iconic gown from Irish Independent

How Newbridge cornered the market in modern silverware ...

Irish Independent-Apr. 22, 2015
Bidding almost €600,000 for the iconic gown worn by Audrey Hepburn in 'Breakfast at Tiffany's' might seem like a strange move for the chief executive of a ...
Story image for iconic gown from National Post

'There's been a tremendous misunderstanding': Miss Universe ...

National Post-Dec. 21, 2015
Last year, Canada's Miss Universe contestant donned a ball gown replete with ... managed to dress as a tuk tuk, the Asian country's iconic motorized rickshaw.
Story image for iconic gown from

20 Songs That Defined 2015 10, 2015
... selling out her Puma sneaker collab (twice) and hitting the Met Gala in an immediately-iconic Guo Pei gown—but she made big moves on the music front too.

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