How Do You Dudley: Icons Edition

To celebrate Women’s History Month, we chose four iconic women of influence and imagined: How would they Dudley?

Serena Williams

What we love: A force on the court, she’s always unapologetically herself—and not shy about getting in the game with bold color and body-conscious style. 

How she’d Dudley: In the Putnam Pullover in Island Coral, Williams is sure to ace the warmup to her next Grand Slam.

Coco Chanel

What we love: Chanel reimagined fashionable clothing of her time with comfort (read: corsets no more) in mind—and pioneered jersey fabric in design. We follow in her fashionable footsteps with pride.

How she’d Dudley: In Jersey, of course. The Lauren Maxi Dress is the perfect base layer for Chanel’s signature jackets.

Iris Apfel 

What we love: Classic style is ageless, and so is this icon who put the fun in fashion and mastered the art of accessorizing well.

How she’d Dudley: The Sachem Scarf in a Neon gives this palette pioneer an infusion of the fearless color she’s renowned for.

Rita Moreno 

What we love: Talk about a trailblazer. The first Latina actress to win an Oscar, for “West Side Story,” Moreno produced its 2021 reboot—released a day before she turned 90.

How she’d Dudley: The Greenpoint Turtleneck in Black captures the screen icon’s cosmopolitan chic, and Terry Fleece fits her California lifestyle.