French couturier Givenchy often dressed Audrey Hepburn for her films. And the most memorable note of this fashion and cinematic collaboration was the film Breakfast At Tiffany's. Here are five such films where the wardrobe was just as iconic as the film's story. Marlene Dietrich and Christian Dior's relationship was quite similar to the one that Givenchy and Hepburn shared. Dior often dressed Dietrich in his signature tulle gowns and tightly-corseted skirt suits. Brigitte Bardot's sex icon image was at its peak in the '60s and this was all thanks to her sensual wardrobe created by Pierre Balmain in the movie 'And God Created Woman'. Natalie Portman's tutus in Black Swan were all designed by Rodarte design directors Kate and Laura Mulleavy including the feathered number she wore in the last scene. Ex-Dior creative head Raf Simons dressed Tilda Swinton in both I Am Love and A Bigger Splash. Their artistic partnership personified minimal elegance with sheath dresses and light layers.