Little Red Dress

I have to accept that a little black dress in every girl’s wardrobe is necessary and yes, I know I did not say something new.  Even though I am not the biggest fan of the black, I do think that the outfit of Audrey Hepburn in Breakfast at Tiffany’s is one of the most stylish, classic and chic looks in the fashion world. Simple, but so indisputable beautiful that does not fade with the years (more about Audrey here).

Nonetheless, after having purchased my little black dress (NOT :P, but I have a green one, a purple one, etc), I  must get to the next level. And for me such level is the little red dress. Intense, strong and full of passion red!

I know you have already recognized the Alexander McQueen gown below.  The cream tulle top with black embroidery is one of his unique marks and matched with the Scottish detail gets more astonishing. Don’t you think?

This tulle Givenchy gown has its charm due to this simple but chic scarf (details here and here). And of course, the color is to die for… this is the red I was talking about.

What do you think about this Lanvin flounced tent dress from the Fall Collection 2006  (more details here). It is so girlish!

I found two more red dresses that I really like, but did not quite found the designer. Can anyone help me?

Inspired by this lovely editorial with Maryna Linchuk, originally published with Vogue Germany in October 2006.

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3 thoughts on “Little Red Dress

  1. The red dress is right there, next to the LBD. A must. The McQueen dress is fabulous, I love it and love that shot so much! Also like the Lanvin one, very playful, but can’t help you with the designers of the other two. 😦
    Ada

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