Vivienne Leigh, seen here at the Oscars ceremony in 1940 with Laurence Olivier (whom she would later marry), won the Best Actress Oscar that night for her iconic portrayal of Scarlett O’Hara in Gone With The Wind.
But it was as if she had put away her dreams of romance – of the mauve dress she longed for as a young girl – and seemed to accept that bridal lace would never be hers. Coco * Art Shalom Harlow for Chanel
From Queen of Hollywood to Princess of Monaco: How Grace Kelly's glamour is still captivating 30 years after her death
Grace Kelly, before she became HSH Princess Grace of Monaco is pictured in a publicity still for the Alfred Hitchcock classic Rear Window. She starred in only 14 movies over five years, but remains one of the icons of the silver screen.