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Audrey Hepburn photographed by Henri Elwing during a fashion show held at Gerzon (a female department store in the famous Kalverstraat street), in Amsterdam (Netherlands), on November 02, 1954.

Audrey with friends wearing sheath dresses (hers has a sweet Peter Pan collar, long sleeves, a tiny pattern and body hugging fit) in Capri (Italy), June 1969.

Marilyn Monroe at the Beach .... (1949?)ish // Marilyn -- her hair was still rough -- she had VERY bushy bushy dark brown hair that wasn't soft at all, and had to be treated to straighten in order to style -- SOME photo's of early mm were retouched to LOOK blonde. why? Everyone wanted shots of the Blonde mm.

Rare Audrey Hepburn — Audrey Hepburn 1959

Photo Mark Shaw - Portrait of Audrey Hepburn Los Angeles 1953

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Signora Audrey Hepburn Dotti photographed with her son Luca Dotti by Bob Willoughby inside her room at her house in Rome (Italy), in May 1970. -Audrey was wearing an evening gown created especially for her by Valentino. Note: Audrey's hairstyle was created and done by Alexandre de Paris.

Princess Grace Kelly Grimaldi with baby Prince Albert

Audrey Hepburn during the filming of Paris- When It Sizzles.

Audrey Hepburn by Richard A for Harper's Bazaar's September 1959 issue. Love her childlike innocence and the vintage louis vuitton luggage. #porteropintowin

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Audrey Hepburn by Bob Willoughby, 1953 I love this one!

Early films

Audrey Hepburn

This is a rare image from behind the camera on the set of CASABLANCA, showing cinematographer Arthur Edeson and stars Humphrey Bogart and Ingrid Bergman (1942). Edeson filmed Ms. Bergman primarily from her left side, using a gauze filter to soften her image, and he placed lights about the set to help catch the sparkle of her eyes. The end result was that Bergman’s character came off “sad, tender and nostalgic”. Film noir lighting was used throughout, but is especially noticeable toward the end.

Judy Garland and baby Liza, 1946.