Fashion icons like Jackie Onassis, Grace Kelly, Coco Chanel, and Audrey Hepburn has had a profound effect on the world of style.
AUDREY HEPBURN is remembered as a great film and fashion icon.
Often found on lists of the greatest actresses and most beautiful women of all time, and her fashion style and today is a role model for many women.
Hubert de Givenchy created clothing for several her films, and Steven Spielberg called her an angel. Audrey went on to become one of the greatest and best loved fashion icons of our time.
A little black dress from Breakfast at Tiffani’s she put on the throne of fashion and was the first in which such a dress has glamorous look.In 2006,the little black dress was sold for £467,200 the highest price paid for a dress from a film.
Magazine “People” ranked Audrey, among the 50 most beautiful people in the world.
Her timeless glamour and elegant style, influenced the collections of many today’s design houses, including Ralph Lauren, Paco Rabane and Calvin Klein. Her clothing was inspirational and admired by opera diva Maria Callas.
She was known as a modest and acceptable person. She was a polyglot – in addition to their mother tongue fluently speak English, French, Dutch, Flemish, Spanish, and Italian. An interesting fact is that one kind of tulip named after her.
The first important role was given to her in the film by William Wyler, “Roman Holiday”.
While working on this project from the director and colleagues she have learned a lot, and the crown of this film maked was a winning an Oscar in the category for Best Actress. Later in his career she won Gremy, Emmy and Tony Britain.
After working on her latest film, Audrey enthusiastically devoted to humanitarian work. As a UNICEF goodwill ambassador,she has visited the poor developing countries – Ethiopia, Sudan and Bangkok.
They said about Audrey:
Elizabeth Taylor, the actress
Audrey is a lady whose timeless elegance and charm, recognized children around the world.
Gregory Peck, the actor:
It was a wonderful summer in Rome, when I worked with her on her first film frames. These months working with Audrey was beautiful experience!
Anthony Beauchamp photographer:
Still do not believe she was real. Her face was so contradictory; isolation and purity, seriousness and youthfulness. She had a fresh look. Her beauty is eternal.