Audrey Hepburn and James Garner at the wrapt party of The Children’s Hour, 1961
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I wish you and also to the others I follow and to the ones who follow me, the brightest and happiest Holiday Season. May we surround ourselves with love and light. Here’s hoping 2014 will be a marvelous year to all of us. xx
Audrey Hepburn covering portion of face with fabric from her sleeveless dress of silk, printed in shades of china blue, by Givenchy. Photograph by Bert Stern, from the April 15, 1963, issue of Vogue, page 68.
"In film after film, Audrey wore clothes with such talent and flair that she created a style, which in turn had a major impact o fashion. Her chic, her youth, her bearing, and her silhouette grew ever more celebrated, enveloping me in a kind of aura or radiance that I could never have hoped for. The Hepburn style had been born, and it lives today." Hubert de Givenchy.
Two for the Road (1967)
Audrey photographed at Ealing Studios in London.
Audrey waves at the camera as she sledges down in the snow in the early 1950s.
I’m loving these winter/Christmas themed star pictures - lots more to come over the holiday season!
She’s on top of Bill Holden can we just not even I
believe me, she has been on top of him before ;)
"With a woman as sexy as Audrey, you sometimes get to the edge where make-believe and reality are blurred - all that staring into each other’s eyes…I won’t discuss it more because of the degree of intimacy involved. The time spent with Audrey is one of the closest I’ve ever had." -Albert Finney.
Audrey Hepburn and Gregory Peck are reunited at the 1988 Academy Awards to present an Oscar for screenwriting .
THIS MAKES ME SOO HAPPY LIKE DO YOU KNOWW