This work investigates iconic celebrity fashion images as dress and aims to discuss the consuming of mass media imagery in our current society. By combining the field of appropriation art, print and fashion it proposes a new solution for creating dress. The work explores the body as the new context of the celebrity image in order to display different perspectives of both image and body. This has been found through an interaction between print and body, the visual perception within the relationship of these and from a social. point of view. The work displays thoughts regarding perspectives on body standards and female stereotypes and the relationship between the common person and the celebrity. While the work is a comment on the ridiculousness within the mass media and celebrity worship, it is also a homage to these women who have put a mark in fashion history. The final. result could be seen as a series examples of possible outcomes from working with the image in relation to body. But also as a statement on how the fashion system is evolving, where new ideas are no Longer as important as who is wearing what.