Gloria Vanderbilt’s most iconic style moments
At her 1941 wedding to her first husband, agent and movie producer Pat DiCicco, in a white satin gown by Howard Greer complete with a 24-foot veil-train.
Wearing a French linen dress from 1830 at her wedding to Sidney Lumet (second from left) in 1956.
Posing for photographer Horst P. Horst in a white lace dress by Mainbocher for a 1966 issue of Vogue.
Lounging in another Mainbocher look — this one bias-cut and floor-length — for Vogue in 1966.
Sailing away for Vogue in 1967, clad in a dotted cotton dress with ruffled shawl and full flounced skirt by Anne Fogarty.
Posing in a custom Adolfo dress designed to match one of her paintings in 1968.
In full Russian regalia with fourth husband Wyatt Cooper at a “St. Petersburg during the Romanov Dynasty”-themed winter ball in 1970.
Posing for a 1975 issue of Vogue with Geoffrey Beene, dressed in a smock dress and matching bag by the famed designer.
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Showing off one of her denim designs for Gloria Vanderbilt Jeans at a garment factory in 1979.
Front row with sons Anderson and Carter Vanderbilt Cooper at her New York fashion show in 1979.
Dressed in a golden pleated Fortuny gown for a Horst P. Horst portrait that appeared in a 1985 issue of Vanity Fair.
With designer Bill Blass at the 1986 CFDA Awards.
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Flanked by designer Ralph Lauren and son Anderson Cooper at Lauren’s NYC store in 2010.
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