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A fan tumblog paying tribute to the elegant Audrey Hepburn.



Audrey Hepburn photographed c. 1954
Audrey Hepburn photographed c. 1954

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posted 3 weeks ago

"I’ve got to do something about the way I look. I mean a girl just can’t go to Sing Sing with a green face."

"I’ve got to do something about the way I look. I mean a girl just can’t go to Sing Sing with a green face."

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posted 3 weeks ago

rareaudreyhepburn:

Audrey Hepburn and Mel Ferrer in England, 1954.

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posted 3 weeks ago
Audrey Hepburn in Roman Holiday; 1953.

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posted 3 weeks ago
Best Actress winner Audrey Hepburn for “Roman Holiday” during the 26th Annual Academy Awards on March 25, 1954. 

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posted 3 weeks ago
gatabella:

Gregory Peck and Audrey Hepburn on the set of The Roman Holiday, 1953

gatabella:

Gregory Peck and Audrey Hepburn on the set of The Roman Holiday, 1953

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posted 3 weeks ago
Anonymous asked: ¿Can you describe Audrey Hepburn to me please?

here are wonderful quotes that describe Audrey perfectly:

"Audrey was meek, gentle and ethereal, understated both in her life and in her work. She walked among us with a light pace, as if she didn’t want to be noticed. [I regret losing her] as a friend, as a role model, and as a companion to my youthful dreams." - Sophia Loren

"After so many drive-in waitresses becoming movie stars, there has been this real drought, when along come class; somebody who actually went to school, can spell, maybe even plays the piano. She may be a wispy, thin little thing, but when you see that girl, you know you’re really in the presence of something. In that league there’s only ever been Garbo, and the other Hepburn, and maybe Bergman. It’s a rare quality, but boy, do you know when you’ve found it." - Billy Wilder, director Breakfast at Tiffany’s

"One got a sense that Audrey Hepburn didn’t know how beautiful she was. There was never another movie star like her." - Issac Mizrahi, designer

posted 4 weeks ago
sixtiescircus asked: This is a really great blog :)

Why thank you! :)

posted 4 weeks ago

Audrey Hepburn photographed on the set of How To Steal A Million c. 1965
Audrey Hepburn photographed on the set of How To Steal A Million c. 1965

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posted 4 weeks ago


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