I have always loved the Little Black dress and believed it is a girl’s best armor.
Nothing is more reliable, chic or slimming. Dipping into my archives, I enjoyed the many times I used the LBD in my work. This portfolio is dedicated to the great Monsieur Hubert de Givenchy who created the Little Black dress. What a gift and what a legend.
“Audrey Hepburn said she felt ‘protected’ wearing Givenchy’s
clothes. M. de Givenchy was a gentleman in the truest sense —
with great style, talent, kindness and (most of all) Audrey knew
she could trust him. Always. He was her friend and, in a way,
Pamela Keogh — author of Audrey Style
Amanda in the Amanda dress available on www.arossgirl.com
“At a certain age it is a woman’s responsibility to be impeccably groomed and to
have a good tailor” my grandmother’s edict
Stylist tip, add a red lip and a kitten heel. www.gianvitorossi.com
Grandma Selma had style and allure and the little black dress was at the base of her wardrobe.
Loved styling and working with the beautiful and brilliant actress, Vera Farmiga.
Here she is in a LBD @SophieTheallet
My @SophieTheallet LBD styled with my grandmothers vest which is lovingly on
loan from @JrossGirl. Shoes @gianvitorossi
Caroline Winberg styled by moi a la 50s in Michael Kors at the Frank Sinatra House
in Palm Springs for Departures magazine.
My grandmother always loved and wore Maltese Crosses.
LBD covered up and long. Stylist tip. Add chandelier earrings only. Darla in Tom
Ford styled by me at Bergdorfs for Departures magazine.
When I used to style Dennis fashion shows. The perfect Little Black coat for your
LBD Kitten heels @gianvitorossi
Stylist tip. Layer a sheer blouse underneath a simple shift when you don’t want to
show your arms.
Page 5: Photographer: Francois Dischinger
Page 6: Image on the right Photographer: Jennifer Livingston
Page 8: Photographer: Diego Uchitel
Photographs of Amanda Ross for A Ross Girl: Danielle Alprin