Dress Day The most iconic dresses ever seen on the big screen

Fay Wray - 'King Kong: While the character might have been under distress, the actress' elegant white gown became a trademark of the franchise ever since.

Jean Harlow - 'Dinner at Eight: Hollywood's original blonde bombshell, Jean Harlow wore this caped silk slip dress and white fur in the iconic 'Dinner at Eight

Katharine Hepburn - 'Bringing Up Baby: Katharine Hepburn's golden lamé gown and sheer veil with gold borders will forever be associated with this film.

Judy Garland - 'The Wizard of Oz: There's no place like home, and there's certainly no dress like this one! Dorothy's blue and white gingham dress .

Billie Burke - 'The Wizard of Oz: And, of course, we couldn't forget Glinda the Good Witch! That pink tulle dress was made by costume designer Gilbert Adrian.

Vivien Leigh - 'Gone with the Wind: Vivien Leigh wore several stunning outfits as Scarlett O'Hara in 'Gone with the Wind.

Rita Hayworth - 'Gilda: To play a pinup in this film, Rita Hayworth wore this unforgettable strapless black satin gown with matching elbow-length gloves.

Elizabeth Taylor - 'A Place in the Sun: Known for her glamorous style, Elizabeth Taylor stole the scene in this strapless tulle ball gown with floral appliqué.

Marilyn Monroe - 'Gentlemen Prefer Blondes: One of Marilyn Monroe's most famous looks, who will ever forget her rendition of 'Diamonds Are a Girl'.

Marilyn Monroe - 'The Seven Year Itch: One of the most iconic images in pop culture, Monroe went down in history when she wore this pleated white .

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