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We all remember that little black dress held together by safety pins (pictured above surrounded by models) that Elizabeth Hurley wore to the London premiere of Four Weddings and a Funeral back 1994. The Versace safety-pin dress that shot an unknown model to fame is still one of the most memorable dresses on the red carpet and is on sale for the first time at Harrods for £10,690 as part of their Timeless Luxury, Little Black Dress exhibition.

If you can get into Harrods in Knightsbridge, it is definitely worth checking out the exhibition of LBD’s. Included in the collection is the little black dress that actress Audrey Hepburn wore in 1963 movie Charades.

"The little black dress is an institution we're proud to pay homage to. Every designer since Coco Chanel has taken the concept, given it a twist and tried to put their stamp on it," the Sun quoted Martin Buckley, marketing manager at Harrods, as saying. "As the Hepburn dress proved, however old the design a little black dress will always be a stunning classic."

If you’re interested in buying the Liz Hurley/Versace dress, then the dress will be tailored made for you, and delivered to you two months after the order date. Better get saving!

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