In the late 80s, designer Hervé Léger debuted his bandage dress, a body-hugging, super-fitted frock made of bandage-like lycra material that hugged curves like a second skin. It was an instant hit, with celebrities everywhere flaunting their toned bodies in the statement dresses. Iman even wore one to marry David Bowie.

Fast forward a few years, and though the Léger legacy continued with the odd outing (think Sandra Bullock's 'makeover moment' in Miss Congeniality) the dress all but disappeared from the red carpet. That was until the fashion world got wind of the fact Max Azria was going to relaunch the label in the midst of the bodycon revival. Since then, the Hervé Léger bandage dress has again become a red carpet favourite. CLICK THE IMAGE TO START THE CELEB GALLERY AND SEE FOR YOURSELF!