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The "Herve Leger Dress" worn by the former Ginger Spice, Geri Halliwell, has topped a new poll to find the 10 Most Iconic Dresses of the last 50 years.
Halliwell, who wore the dress to the Brit Awards in 1997, captured 82% of the votes, narrowly edging out the runner-up, Liz Hurley and that dress (the Gianni Versace safety pin design), which the actress unveiled in 1994 at the London premiere of Four Weddings and a Funeral.
The white halter-neck dress, which Marilyn Monroe wore in The Seven Year Itch - famously blowing up to her waist as she stood over a subway vent - polled third, ahead of Audrey Hepburn’s Little Black Dress and pearls, from Breakfast at Tiffany's.
Other iconic ‘outfits’ included Kylie Minogue’s gold hot pants, worn in the Spinning Around video, 2000, and the "swan" dress, designed by Marjan Pejoski, which Björk wore to the 2001 Oscars.
The poll was conducted by the online fashion retailer, offerssupermarket.co.uk.
Eve Atkins, founder of OffersSupermarket, said: “Everybody remembers the moment Geri Halliwell hit the stage in that Herve Leger dress. It made everybody watching the Brit Awards feel patriotic, plus she looked amazing. I was shocked to realise it was simply a tea towel sewn on to a basic dress, with no designer involved.”
1. Geri Halliwell – Herve Leger dress – 82%
2. Liz Hurley – Versace safety pin dress – 79%
3. Marilyn Monroe – White dress – 74%
4. Audrey Hepburn – Black dress and pearls in Breakfast at Tiffany’s – 67%
5. Lady Gaga – White outfit and wig worn to the Brit Awards – 63%
6. Diana, Princess of Wales – Wedding dress designed by The Emanuel’s – 58%
7. Kylie Minogue – Gold hot pants – 56%
8. Jennifer Lopez - Sheer green Versace dress worn to the Grammys – 53%
9. Björk - Swan dress worn to the Oscars – 49%
10. Cindy Crawford: Red Versace dress worn to the Oscars – 44%