12 Most Iconic Black Dress Moments Of All Time

  
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This year’s annual Golden Globe awards made a huge fashion statement when star after star stepped out wearing all black to support the #TimesUp movement against sexual harassment in Hollywood. The sea of black was an undeniably powerful symbol of solidarity and support for a movement towards equality and inclusion. Although this display was impactful, the stars are definitely no newbies when it comes to donning a good black dress, so follow along to recall 12 of the most iconic black dress moments of all time:

12. Kate Middleton — St. Andrews 2011

Kate Middleton is definitely an avid black dress lover and this particular Temperley London “Amoret” gown has become a classic Kate dress! In fact, Kate is such a fan of this gown that she has worn it on three separate occasions – to the War Horse premiere, a St. Andrews dinner and an event at the Natural History Museum! The dress is somewhat risque for the Duchess with its sheer lace paneling and nude underlay, but nevertheless, still super elegant and feminine.

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11. Kate Moss — 1998

Kate Moss was one of the most influential fashion icons in the ’90s, but this particular black dress look is undeniably one of her most memorable! Moss proved just how truly versatile the little black dress can be by recycling the garment three times for various public appearances —  first while attending Frank Sinatra’s 80th birthday party in 1995 with Johnny Depp, then at the Cannes Film Festival in 1998 and again at the beauty company Coty’s 100th Anniversary Celebration in New York in 2004. The tight feathered garment was an absolute Kate Moss classic and one of our favorite Hollywood black dress moments!

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