Icons & Muses: Audrey Hepburn in film

The word gamine never sounds quite so beautiful and elegant as it is when applied to the description of actress, philanthropist and longtime muse to Hubert de Givenchy Audrey Hepburn. The two began a lifelong friendship and professional collaboration with the 1954 classic Sabrina (in which Givenchy was not credited as famed Hollywood costumer Edith Head refused to be co-designers but subsequently won an Oscar for the collaboration). From dreamy ball gowns, chic LBDs, to playful 60s mod style, no other duo created fashion moments quite like Hepburn and Givenchy. Here’s a taste of their iconic collaboration on the silver screen from Breakfast at Tiffany’s, Sabrina, Charade, How to Steal a Million, Funny Face, and Paris When It Sizzles.

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3 responses to “Icons & Muses: Audrey Hepburn in film

  1. Audrey Hepburn is so cool and has timeless style. Any girl should want to be her ( i know i do!)

    • If there’s anyone whose style I wanted to emulate the most when I was a little girl it was definitely Audrey Hepburn. I feel like today her iconic films/looks should serve as a Style 101 for young girls. It never hurts to be classy.

      Thanks for reading!

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