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A hip-hugging sheath dress with a below-the-knee hem is the ultimate in hourglass dressing, while the full circle skirt and dress remain at the core of the trend.
And while we can't all be as voluptuous as Joan, with a little help from figureenhancing undies and the perfect sheath dress, the sexy secretary look is easy to attain.
Sailor sheath dress by Ralph Lauren, $1,298; diamond stainless square-faced watch by Michele, $1,545; white mesh tote by Tori Burch, $195, The Met.
A sheath dress and stole was assembled by hand from more than 650 tiny geometric shapes covered in shantung silk shot with lurex.
Dressed in a black and white Stella McCartney sheath dress, Winslet posed for photos, but then took a back seat leaving Mendes in the spotlight.
At 26, he won national attention when Obama appeared on a Barbara Walters TV interview wearing an adaptation of a silk sheath dress from his spring 2009 collection.
She won particular praise for a purple sheath dress and black belt she wore at a rally in June when her husband clinched the Democratic nomination as the party's candidate.
The bride wore a simple pale cream sheath dress designed by Giorgio Armani, with thousands of crystals encrusting the hem to catch and reflect the candlelight.
The plainest sheath dress in naturals and plains gives a delightful Audrey Hepburn look," Carol states.
Sudanese model Alek Wek drew a wave of applause in a sweeping pink lame opera coat with fur collar, thrown over a silver sheath dress with giant embroidered palm leaves.
The Comtesse de Noailles stands straight as a column in a sheath dress which drops sheer from her shoulders.