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The most memorable, beautiful and downright odd dresses.
Jennifer Lopez stole the show at the 2000 Grammy Awards when she wore this Versace dress with a deep split down to her navel. It's still one of the most talked about outfits of all time.
Kate Middleton chose this simple but very apt wrap dress to announce her engagement to Prince William in 2010. The dress is unfussy, and the shade, royal blue, is ideal for the occasion. The dress flew off the shop shelves after the duchess wore it on national TV.
The model wore this white dress at the V&A Golden Age Of Couture Gala in 2007. The gown made headlines not just because it's lovely, but because during the evening Moss accidentally ripped it. Not one to be fazed by such things, the 40-year-old shortened the hem of the skirt and continued partying.
The dress is one of the most iconic, if not the most iconic, in fashion history.
Hurley was the unknown girlfriend of actor Hugh Grant when she wore this Versace dress at the London premiere of 'Four Weddings And A Funeral' in 1994. The occasional actress and model owes her career to that safety pin gown, which put her on the map.
Sarah Jessica Parker had Alexander McQueen on her arm and on her body at the MET Gala Ball in 2006. The tartan gown was one of the most photographed that year and it's still unforgettable.
Who can forget the micro Union Jack dress that Geri Halliwell wore to the BRIT Awards the height of the Spice Girls fame?
This long, slinky dress worn by Audrey Hepburn as Holly Golightly in 'Breakfast At Tiffany's' is one of the most unforgettable gowns of all time and the style has become a classic.
Singer Bjork wore the famous swan dress by Macedonian designer Marjan Pejoski at the Academy Awards in 2001. The creation was stunning in the true sense of the word, but also unforgettable.
All eyes were on Kate when she exited the car to enter Westminster Cathedral to marry Prince William. Everybody wanted to see her much talked about dress and find out what designer she'd picked for her big day. The Duchess chose Alexander McQueen's chief designer Sarah Burton to create her gown and went for a suitable princess style.