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20 Most Iconic Dresses of All Time- MSN Gilt Trip Katharine Hepburn was known for her tomboy style, but she also looked beyond glamorous in a dress, like the gold lamé gown her character wore to a dinner club in Bringing Up Baby (1938). In this hilarious screwball scene with Cary Grant, the back of the dress is ripped off up to the waist, revealing Hepburn’s lacy bloomers underneath
Katharine Hepburn rocked the pantsuit was before it became popular with women. She was also famous for her "refusal to play the Hollywood Game, always wearing slacks and no makeup, and never posing for pictures or giving interviews." (imdb)
Katharine Hepburn is considered an important and influential cultural figure. Ros Horton and Sally Simmons included her in their book Women Who Changed The World, which honors 50 women who helped shape world history and culture.