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21 Ferocious Gowns Fit For An Evil Queen

There's no reason you can't look flawless while achieving world domination.

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Karl Lagerfeld for Chanel, 1985
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Karl Lagerfeld for Chanel, 1985

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Charles James, 1948
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Charles James, 1948

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Arnold Scaasi, 1958
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Arnold Scaasi, 1958

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Unknown, 1915-18
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Unknown, 1938

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Balenciaga, 1950

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Balenciaga, 1962

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Unknown, 1906
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Balenciaga, 1947

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Valentina &Sonia, 1927
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Valentina &Sonia, 1927

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Traina-Norell, 1955

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Worth, 1898-1900
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Unknown, 1960
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Unknown, 1960

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Charles James, 1946

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Unknown, 1937
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Unknown, 1937

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Balenciaga, 1951
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Balmain, 1953

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Elizabeth Arden, 1953
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Elizabeth Arden, 1953

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House of Lanvin, 1924

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House of Lanvin, 1926
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House of Lanvin, 1926

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"Four Leaf Clover" by Charles James, 1953