There's no denying that Grace Kelly was a fashion icon. The actress and Princess (she married Prince Ranier of Monaco) wowed the world throughout the 1950s, 1960s and 1970s with her polished and elegant style. And now you can see some of her most iconic outfits first hand.
Tomorrow the VIctoria and Albert museum opens an exhibition dedicated to Kelly's wardrobe, entitled Grace Kelly: Style Icon. You can see dresses that she wore in 'High Society' and Rear Window', the gown that she was wearing when she won her Oscar and pieces that were designed for the events around her wedding, not to mention an impressive selection of creations by Balenciaga, Christian Dior, Yves Saint Laurent and more.
There's also a well worn Hermes bag that she used so often that the style was subsequently named after her - the now legendary Kelly bag.
Grace Kelly: Style Icon runs from 17 April to 26 September. Visit www.vam.ac.uk for more details.More