Grace Kelly stands for a lot of things for different people. There is one thing that we can all agree on, though, and that is Grace Kelly as the ultimate representation of fashion. She had her own sense of fashion, which was admired and envied by countless people from all over the world.
Today, she is being honored at an exhibit in London, which showcases her astounding wardrobe. The exhibit is being held at the Victoria and Albert Museum in London. Tonic tells us more:
With 40 of her iconic dresses on display and cabinets of shoes, bags, sunglasses and jewelry, the exhibit opened to rave reviews this weekend in the capital.
Paying tribute to her life as an Oscar-winning actress, highlights include the grey and pink silk chiffon dress embroidered with roses, which she wore in the famous dancing scene with Frank Sinatra in High Society (MGM later gave the dress to her and she wore it several times to various events) as well as outfits from the many Hitchcock films she starred in.
Indeed, Grace Kelly’s life is more than a fairy tale come true. From a Hollywood actress to a princess to a philanthropist – she has shown the world that dreams can become reality. And, she showed it with such grace (no pun intended). Not many people can be compared to Grace Kelly, as she continues to be admired – even revered – decades after her prime.
If you are in the vicinity, this is one exhibit that you absolutely cannot miss!