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Grace Kelly. The epitome of bride. Ava's inspiration!

GG: Grace Kelly in 1956 / dress (skirt and shirt) designed by costume designer Helen Rose of MGM studios Bottom of dress.

Shoes ca. 1890. Helen Larson Historic Fashion Collection. Blue velvet embroidered shoes, stockings.

These European jewel-toned silk velvet & gilt shoes were made C. Tischer, c. From the Helen Larson Historic Fashion Collection at the FIDM Museum. Institute of Design & Merchandising/Fashion Institute of Design & Merchandising

1930s bias-cut sheath

Marcel Waves and Finger Waves Hairstyles of the 1920s

Black leopard-pattern silk velvet evening dress by Yves Saint Laurent, French, ca. 1985.

Evening dress, Yves Saint Laurent, Paris (French, founded Designer: Yves Saint Laurent (French (born Algeria) Oran Paris) Date: ca. 1985 Medium: silk Gift of the Estate of Helen Hotze Haas, 1995

“Over the years I have learned that what is important in a dress is the woman who is wearing it.”  ― Yves Saint-Laurent

16 Unforgettable Photos from Vogue Weddings

Classic beauty - Grace Kelly during her wedding to Prince Rainier III of Monaco in April in a gown by MGM costume designer Helen Rose. A style which influenced the gown Catherine Middleton wore in 2011 on her wedding day to Prince William.

Circa 1916 Day Dress by Harvey Nichols, London, England. Printed silk, cotton organdy, and cotton floss.  Hat is from J.W. Robinson Co., Los Angeles, California, circa 1917.  Metal sequins, silk velvet, and dyed and lacquered stripped ostrich feathers.

Hat from JW Robinson Co, ca 1917 US (Los Angeles), FIDM Museum & Galleries Day dress from Harvey Nichols, ca 1916 London, FIDM Museum & Galleries JW Robinson Co (usually called “Robinson’s) was a.

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America - Grace Kelly's Wedding Headpiece by Helen Rose, made by the wardrobe department of Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer - Silk needle lace (rose point), seed pearls, wax and paper orange blossoms, wire frame.

Neckpiece | Helen Whitworth.  Silk paper that she then dyed with batik combined with free standing embroidery elements

Neckpiece by Helen Whitworth. Silk paper that she then dyed with batik combined with free standing embroidery elements.

~1855, Great Britain - Wedding ensemble~      Silk taffeta, netting, ribbon & lace

Great Britain 1855 Wedding ensemble: silk taffeta, netting, ribbon, and lace. Via FIDM Museum.