आज की इस लिस्ट में हम बात करेंगे उन पोशाकों की जोकि दुनियाभर के टॉप फैशन डिजायनर्स ने बड़ी बड़ी सलेब्रिट्रीज़ के लिये डिजाईन कीं और फिर जब उन सिलेब्रिटीज़ ने उन ड्रेसेस को किसी विशेष अवसर अथवा अवार्ड समारोह पर पहना तो मानो उस पोशाक ने लोगों का दिल जीत लिया हो |
तो आइये देखते हैं ऐसी ही कुछ प्रसिद्ध और लोकप्रिय रहीं ड्रेसेस और उनको पहनने वाली सेलेब्रिटीज के बारे में –
लिजी गार्डिनर की अमेरिकन एक्सप्रेस गोल्ड कार्ड ड्रेस
Australian costume designer Lizzy Gardiner wore a dress made of 254 American Express Gold cards to the 67th Academy Awards on 27 March 1995, where she won an Oscar for Best Costume Design. All of the cards were genuine, but had expired.
रीटा हयवर्थ की काली पोशाक
In the 1946 film Gilda, Rita Hayworth wore a black dress made by American costume designer Jean Louis. It was used in a scene in which the character of Gilda sings the song "Put the Blame on Mame", improvising a quick striptease, choreographed by Jack Cole. The dress has helped consolidate the image of the femme fatale, as well as being universally recognized as an icon of fashion and cinema. The Independent named it as one of the Ten Best Fashion Moments in Film.
ऑड्री हेपबर्न की ब्लैक गिवेंची ड्रेस
A dress designed by Hubert de Givenchy and worn by Audrey Hepburn in the opening of the 1961 romantic comedy film Breakfast at Tiffany's. The dress is cited as one of the most iconic items of clothing in the history of the twentieth century, and perhaps the most famous "little black dress" of all time.
एलिजाबेथ हर्ले की ब्लैक वर्साचे ड्रेस
English actress and model Elizabeth Hurley wore a black Versace dress, often referred to as "THAT Dress", when she accompanied Hugh Grant to the premiere of Four Weddings and a Funeral in 1994. The dress was held together by several oversized gold safety pins. The dress is perhaps Versace's best-known creation, and is considered by some to be largely responsible for launching Hurley onto the global media stage.
जूलिया रॉबर्ट्स की ब्लैक एंड व्हाइट वैलेंटिनो ड्रेस
The black and white Valentino dress of Julia Roberts refers to the black and white Valentino dress worn by Julia Roberts at the 73rd Academy Awards on March 25, 2001, during which she won the Academy Award for her performance in Erin Brockovich. The dress was floor-length, with a black body. A single white stripe ran down the front of the dress, splitting into a Y-shape at the bust to form a pair of straps. In the back, the dress fanned out into a black tulle train with several more white stripes running down it.Widely praised by fashion critics, a poll by Debenhams, published in the Daily Telegraph, voted it the "third most iconic red carpet dress of all time". The dress was a vintage 1992 design from the Valentino archives, intended to evoke the style of classic Hollywood; Valentino had designed for prominent fashion icons such as Jackie Kennedy and Elizabeth Taylor.
उमा थरमन की क्रिमसन अल्बर्टा फेरेटी पोशाक
The Crimson Alberta Ferretti dress of Uma Thurman refers to the crimson Alberta Ferretti dress worn by Uma Thurman at the 72nd Academy Awards on March 26, 2000. In a poll by Debenhams published in The Daily Telegraph the dress was voted the 20th greatest red carpet gown of all time.The dress remains among the most iconic dresses worn at the Academy Awards.
हैली बेरी की एलि साब नेट ड्रेस
The Elie Saab net dress of Halle Berry refers to the mesh and embroidery-topped deep-red dress worn by Halle Berry at the 74th Academy Awards on March 24, 2002. It was designed by Lebanese designer Elie Saab.
In a poll by Debenhams published in The Daily Telegraph the dress was voted the 8th greatest red carpet gown of all time. Cosmopolitan magazine cited the dress as one of the Best Oscar dresses of all time, saying, "Probably one of the best-known Oscar dresses of all time, it shows off Halle's best parts, while the strategic embroidering still leaves something to the imagination. There's a lot of material on the bottom half, but it doesn't swallow her up or hide the shape of her legs." Variety magazine's Complete Book of Oscar Fashion placed it among their selections for the Oscar's most beautiful gowns, noting that she had "fashion critics raving for days" with the dress forming a "dramatic counterpoint to Berry's fresh, good looks."
गेरी हैलीवेल की यूनियन जैक ड्रेस
The Union Jack dress was an item of clothing worn by singer Geri Halliwell of the Spice Girls at the 1997 Brit Awards. The mini dress featured a flag of the United Kingdom, the Union Jack, on the front, and a white CND symbol emblazoned on the black-coloured back of the dress. The next day the images of the dress made the front page of various newspapers around the world, and is now remembered as one of the most iconic pop moments of the 1990s and Brit Awards history. The dress has become synonymous with the Spice Girls, Halliwell and the notions of Girl Power, and Cool Britannia.According to The Daily Telegraph, the dress came top in a 2010 online poll to find the 10 most iconic dresses of the past 50 years, beating other memorable garments such as Marilyn Monroe's white 'Seven Year Itch' halterneck. In 2016, the dress was voted the "Most Inspiring British Fashion Moment" in an online poll conducted by British online retailer Very.In 2010, the performance in the Union Jack dress won Most Memorable Performance of 30 Years at the Brit Awards. The dress held the Guinness World Record for the most expensive piece of popstar clothing dealt at auction.
जेनिफर लोपेज की ग्रीन वर्साचे ड्रेस
The American recording artist and actress Jennifer Lopez wore an exotic green Versace silk chiffon dress to the 42nd Grammy Awards ceremony on February 23, 2000. The sheer fabric was printed with a tropical leaf and bamboo pattern, and cut with a very low neckline that extended well past Lopez's navel, while the waist of the dress was studded with citrines.
This garment instantly received significant global media coverage, and it has been cited, along with Elizabeth Hurley's black Versace dress, as one of the most high-profile dresses that made the designer Versace a household name. In addition, this dress was described as a turning point in designer Donatella Versace's career after the death of her brother, Gianni Versace. It was chosen by the fashion journalist Lisa Armstrong to represent 2000 in the Fashion Museum of Bath's Dress of the Year collection, at which point it was described as a key example of the close relationship between fashions, celebrities and publicity.
Another duplicate of the dress is displayed at The Grammy Museum while, as of 2015, Lopez herself still owned the original gown.
At the 2010 MTV Video Music Awards, American singer Lady Gaga wore an infamous dress made of raw beef, which was commonly referred to by the media as the meat dress. Designed by Franc Fernandez and styled by Nicola Formichetti, the dress was condemned by animal rights groups, and named by Time as the top fashion statement of 2010.
The press speculated on the originality of the meat dress idea, with comparisons made to similar images found in contemporary art and popular culture. As with her other dresses, it was archived, but went on display in 2011 at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame after being preserved by taxidermists as a type of jerky. Gaga explained following the awards ceremony that the dress was a statement about one's need to fight for what one believes in, and highlighted her distaste for the US military's don't-ask-don't-tell policy.