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Monday, 09 December 2019
White outshines little black dress

Beyonce at opening night of Mrs Carter Show World Tour April 2013 Belgrade (Reuters Photo)
Jennifer Lawrence at Academy Awards 2013 (AP Photo)
Melanie Iglesias
Reality TV star Melanie Iglesias at 2013 MTV Movie Awards April 2013 (Reuters Photo)
Paz Vega
Spanish actress Paz Vega at Pain & Gain Hollywood premier April 2013 (Reuters Photo)
Taylor Swift
Taylor Swift at Grammy Awards in LA (AP Photo)
Karlie Kloss
Model Karlie Kloss at 2013 MTV Movie Awards 14 April 2013 (Reuters Photo)
Jordana Brewster
Jordana Brewster at MTV Movie Awards 14 April 2013 (Reuters Photo)
Emma Watson
Emma Watson with MTV Trailblazer Award 14 April 2013 (Reuters photo)
Jamie Murray
Actress Jamie Murray, star of Defiance 22 April 2013 (Reuters Photo)
Alyssa Milano
Alyssa Milano at 42 Hollywood premier 9 April, 2013 (Reuters Photo)
Kylie Jenner
Kylie Jenner at 2013 MTV Movie Awards 14 April, 2013 (Reuters Photo)
Australian label Maticevski at Australian FW 9 April, 2013 (Reuters Photo)
Iodice at Fashion Rio 16 April 2013 (AP Photo)
Moncler Gamme Rouge
Giambattista Valli for fashion house Moncler Gamme Rouge during Paris FW 6 March 2013
Lenny at Fashion Rio 17 April 2013 who leaped to international fame in 2007 when Nicole Kidman wore the label (AP Photo)
Lisa Ho
Lisa Ho Fashion Week in Sydney, Australia, 10 April 2013 (AP Photo)
Maria Filo
Maria Filo at Rio Fashion Week 16 April 2013 (Reuters Photo)

Black has always been the sleek colour, perfect for any night outing and exuding sophistication.

Just last year, however, white made a huge impact at the Milan fashion week and remains just as hot today, taking preference even over the little black dress.

Enjoy the photo gallery that shows just how many stars and designers are ecstatic over white on white, off-white or black on white.

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