Film and fashion icon Audrey Hepburn is elegance personified in Breakfast at Tiffany’s: the LBD, tiara, large sunglasses and with her hair swept up in a french twist. Audrey’s style has made a lasting impact and in no small part due to her collaboration with Hubert de Givenchy. The partnership they shared as Artist and Muse is a fashion fairytale, and started when Givenchy was tapped to provide costuming for the film Sabrina. Together, they took the ingenue look to new heights and brought parisian chic to American audiences. They also popularized trends like the bateau neckline and tea length wedding dresses.
Throughout her career, Audrey’s natural beauty captivated the world with her on-screen fashion and her off-screen humanitarian work. She had a glamour that was understated but undeniable. From her gamine hairstyle to heavily black-lined eyes to capris worn with ballet flats, Audrey Hepburn’s style is much copied to this day.