In 1926 she published a picture of a short, simple black dress in Vogue. It was calf-length, straight, and decorated only by a few diagonal lines. Vogue called it “Chanel’s Ford.” Like the Model T, the little black dress was simple and accessible for women of all social classes.
Audrey Hepburn in breakfast at tiffany's..
Didier Ludot in Palais Royal
Matthew Cunnington & John Sanderson, fabric & leather