Eternal, basic and never out of style, the little black dress was created by Gabrielle Chanel in 1926 with the model baptised the "Ford of Chanel". 1926 proved to be a turning point for the young fashion designer who created numerous emblamatic styles for the French fashion house Chanel, including the iconic LBD, contrasting sharply with the style of the times. Thanks to it's simplicity, the little black dress
seduced numerous American magazines, including Vogue which proclaimed it the "uniform of the modern woman". Immortalized by Audrey Hepburn in the film Breakfast at Tiffany's in 1961, this dress is a must have in feminine wardrobes for women and girls alike.