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  • Claire Richie

    Audrey Hepburn photographed by Cecil Beaton for a fashion editorial published in the American Vogue (edition of June 1964). New York (USA), April 1964. Turban hat: Givenchy (lined with a double chiffon printed in shades of pink and decorated with a white camellia, of his collection called “The Jaipur Look” for the Summer of 1964). Blouse: Givenchy (of white crepe, sleeveless) Audrey’s hairstyle was created and done by Alexandre de Paris and her makeup was done by Alberto de Rossi.

  • Chen Amir

    Icons of Style, from Vanity Fair Magazine, September 2012. From the magazine: “Without question, the most enduring fashion icon to emerge from film is Audrey Hepburn, who considered herself a “skinny little nobody” until she met her Pygmalion, Hubert de Givenchy. Though he did not invent the “little black dress”—it long pre-dates him—he perfected it on Hepburn, in ribbed cotton piqué with perky bows for Sabrina and, even more memorably, in Italian satin with a come-hither slit for Breakfas

  • Rachelle Au Coin

    Audrey Hepburn | Photographed by Cecil Beaton, 1964. Via @thevivant. #AudreyHepburn #actresses

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