Yves Saint Laurent A hybrid tea rose with porcelain-pink blooms and a light, sweet fragrance, ‘Paris d’Yves Saint Laurent’ was introduced by Meilland International in 1994.
Elizabeth Taylor A pink double-bloom hybrid tea rose developed by Weddle in 1985. Photo: Donald L. Fackler Jr./Alamy; Silver Screen Collection/Getty Images
Ingrid Bergman A dark red double-bloom hybrid tea rose created by Pernille and Mogens Olesen of the Danish rose company Poulsen and introduced in 1984. Photo: Universal Education/Getty Images; Pictorial Press Ltd/Alamy
Audrey Hepburn An apple-blossom-pink hybrid tea rose developed by Jerry F. Twomey in 1991. Photo: Rich Baer; Hulton Archive/Getty Images
Grace Kelly The ‘Princesse de Monaco,’ introduced in France by Meilland et Cie in 1981, is a cream-color hybrid tea rose with pink edges and a mild, fruity fragrance. Photo courtesy of Meilland International; Pictorial Press Ltd/Alamy
Judy Garland A multihued floribunda rose with an apple-and-rose fragrance, bred in Great Britain by Harkness in 1977. Photo: Rich Baer; Silver Screen Collection/Getty Images
Marella Agnelli The style icon has two roses named in her honor, and both flourish in the gardens of her country house in Villar Perosa, Italy. ‘Donna Marella Agnelli’ (shown) is a fragrant pink version of the famous white ‘Iceberg’ hybrid tea rose; it was developed by the Italian breeder Vittorio Barni and released in 1988. The other, a pink-red hybrid tea rose called ‘Marella,’ was launched in 1961 by Meilland International. Photo courtesy of Rose Barni; from the Condé Nast Archive
Hubert de Givenchy ‘Givenchy,’ a red-blend hybrid tea rose bred by Jack E. Christensen, debuted in 1986. Photo: ARS Photo; Pierre Guillaud/AFP/Getty Images