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Audrey Hepburn - not only a graceful, beautiful, introverted actress but a woman who danced as a teenager to raise money for the Nazi resistance, survived malnutrition when the Dutch food supply was cut off and spent her older years as a UNICEF ambassador. "The 'third world' is a term I don't like very much because we're all one world. I want people to know that the largest part of humanity is suffering."
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Audrey Hepburn (& husband Mel Ferré) by Bert Stern for French Vogue, 1963, wearing Givenchy
Audrey Hepburn side profile
Audrey Hepburn | Photographed (in Paris, November 1965) by William Klein for the American Vogue, edition of January 1966
Audrey spent a month hidden in a basement as a girl during WWII. All by herself. Amazing woman.
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Audrey Hepburn in "Breakfast At Tiffany's", 1961. She did not want to eat a danish in this scene; instead she wanted to hold an ice cream cone. The danish "won" since she was supposed to be having *Breakfast* at Tiffanys.
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Audrey you are truly beautiful "For beautiful eyes look for the good in others, for beautiful lips speak only words of kindness, and for poise walk with the knowledge that you are never alone."
Audrey Hepburn getting her hair done and smoking #multitasking
#Audrey Hepburn dressed by Givenchy in a scene from How to Steal a Million.
Audrey near Wall St. during filming of "Sabrina", photo by Dennis Stock, New York City, 1954
Audrey Hepburn, 1965 ~ Douglas Kirkland "Totally hip before it was hip to be hip, or maybe even before it actually existed!"