20 Most Iconic Dresses of All Time- MSN Gilt Trip Katharine Hepburn was known for her tomboy style, but she also looked beyond glamorous in a dress, like the gold lamé gown her character wore to a dinner club in Bringing Up Baby (1938). In this hilarious screwball scene with Cary Grant, the back of the dress is ripped off up to the waist, revealing Hepburn’s lacy bloomers underneath
Instant Icon Dress: Features a sleek sleeveless design, luminous caramel-hued stencil applique covering both sides of the dress, centered rear zip closure, and a sexy body-conscious silhouette to finish.
The dress was designed with easy, active moment in mind — Watson isn’t wearing a corset underneath. “In Emma’s reinterpretation,” Durran said, “Belle is an active princess. She did not want a dress that was corseted or that would impede her in any way.” | Emma Watson Isn't Wearing A Corset Under Belle's Iconic Dress