Such a Classic: The White Button-Front’s 3 Most Iconic Moments

From showstopping red-carpet appearances to memorable movie performances, the white button-front has earned its place in history as a bona fide fashion star. Here’s a look at three of the wardrobe power player’s most iconic moments.

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1. Diane Keaton in Annie Hall
In 1977, the actress put menswear-as-womanswear on the map. They key piece to her unforgettable look? You guessed it – a crisp white shirt.

2. Uma Thurman in Pulp Fiction
Custom-made with large cuffs and a sharp collar, the actress’s white button-front helped her character Mia fit in with the gangster reservoir dogs in the 1994 film. 

3. Sharon Stone at the 70th Academy Awards
Gliding down the red carpet in a white Gap shirt and lavender Vera Wang maxi skirt, the silver-screen siren became a pioneer of high-meets-low fashion.

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By Brianna Lapolla, Staff Writer

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February 4, 2014