Although, we lost one of the last Old Hollywood screen legend last august, Lauren Bacall’s impact on fashion is already being recognized. The Museum at FIT will honor the late actress with a brand new month-long exhibit called “Lauren Bacall: The Look.”
The museum will fit its exhibit with 700+ items that were donated by Bacall between 1968 and 1986, including a hot pink Norman Norell dress that she worn in the film “Sex and the Single Girl,” a black silk Emanuel Ungaro pantsuit, and a Christian Dior gown. Also, the exhibit will feature more than clothes, for example, photographs of the actress with designers like Yves Saint Laurent, Emanuel Ungaro, and Pierre Cardin.
The exhibit will be on view from March 3rd-April 4th.
Check out a few of her fashion looks below: