I’ve always loved the simplicity of a LBD. Simple, silk satin or swoon worthy with lace, strapless or with a deep-v back, I've never met a little black dress I didn't like. It never goes out of fashion, it’s an essential part of your wardrobe and will take you practically anywhere.
The LBD may have been introduced by Coco Chanel, but it was Audrey Hepburn that made it famous in the movie Breakfast At Tiffany's. From Hepburn’s Givenchy sheath to Kate Moss’s Topshop embellished mini, the LBD has become the uniform of choice for some of the most iconic women in history.
Supermodels Helena Christensen, Yasmeen Ghauri and me at an after party at Paris Fashion Week in the 1990s.