Funny Face's and Charades, Wouldn't it be Love'rly ?

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Hepburn still remains the worlds greatest known actor of all time, with 2 Academy Awards, 1 Emmy Award, 1 Grammy, 2 Tony Awards, and 10 nominations for Golden Globes, winning 3, this beautiful British actress gave everyone a reason to smile.

 Audrey Kathrine Ruston-Hepburn, born May 4th, 1929, inspired more than just screen writers, she also inspired designers as well. Hubert de Givenchy designed many of Audrey's costumes for her movies. Along with inspiring designers she was also inducted into the International Best Dressed List Hall of Fame, ranked third greatest female screen legend in the history of American Cinema.

We best know Audrey for her blunt bands, thick-dark eyebrows, tiny waist and her beautiful fluid British voice. Audrey was and is a fashion icon, appearing on the cover of Vogue and Harper's Bazaar. In 10954 Audrey collaborated with Givenchy, who created and designed her dresses for Sabrina.
       "He has always been the best, because he kept the spare style I love. What is more beautiful than a simple sheath made in an extraordinary way with a special fabric, and a just two earrings?" - Hepburn

Givenchy continued desinging for more of Hepburn's films, Funny Face, Love in the Afternoon, Paris when it Sizzles, Breakfast at Tiffany's, Charade and How to Steal a Million. 
      "Her measurements haven't changed in over 30 years." - Givenchy. 

In 1988, Hepburn modeled Givenchy's summer collection for him in Paris, in return, Givenchy designed a perfume for Hepburn; "L'Interdit" [French for Forbidden] 



 Audrey Hepburn remained an icon for so long because she had a style that worked for her. Straight lines that showed her curves, clean cut, bold accessories and amazing hats. What made Hepburn's fashion so easy and so relaxed is because she didn't put much effort into her look. She didn't find herself attractive, although we all know that she was breath taking. she didn't think so-
      "You can even say that I hated myself at certain periods. I was to fat,or maybe to tall, or maybe just plain to ugly... You can say my definiteness stems form underlying feeling of insecurity and inferiority. I couldn't conquer there feelings by acting indecisive. I found the only way to get the better of them was by adopting a forceful concentrated drive. - Audrey Hepburn











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