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Jolie was dressed in a strapless grey chiffon gown by Christian Dior, with ribbon tape detailing, wide pleats extending from the bodice, and a plunging backline that allowed for full display of her tattoos.
The dazzling, haute couture chiffon dress was designed by Madame Grès, a leading French couturier, in 1967.
Amal looked completely flawless in a lilac Versace gown made of silk chiffon.
The playing card figure appeared bedazzled on dresses or printed on diaphanous chiffon.
The first, in 2009, was a flowing, white, one-shoulder gown with floral appliqué, the second, a bold red gown made of chiffon and velvet.
Who else would think to wear a leopard-print chiffon Diane von Furstenberg wrap dress accented with a gold statement necklace that featured a massive smiling sun right at the chest?
His signature full skirts in silk chiffon and heavy beadwork are thoroughly represented, too.
The exhibition will feature a floral rayon jacket with chiffon sleeves ($145) and a linen blazer with melted glass buttons ($125).
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