Audrey with Dean Martin and Jerry Lewis photographed at Paramount Studios in 1953. Photo credit:


Audrey with Mel Ferrer in 1960.

Audrey with Mel Ferrer in 1960.


rareaudreyhepburn:

Audrey Hepburn photographed by Vincent Rossell dancing the twist at the studio de Boulogne during a break in the filming of Paris When it Sizzles, in September 1962. 

A very BIG thank you to my friend at The Fashion of Audrey for sending me these wonderfully candid pictures of Audrey.  Xo


timelessaudrey:

Audrey and Mel at Villa Albano, Italy, 1955

(via darlinghepburn)




thefashionofaudrey:

The actress Audrey Hepburn (with Mr. Famous) photographed with her husband Mel Ferrer by Cesare Rocca at the exit of the Hotel Hassler (on the Piazza Trinità dei Monti) in Rome (Italy), on March 18, 1961.
Audrey was wearing:
Ensemble: Givenchy (two-piece: blouse and skirt of fine wool, of his collection for the Autumn/Winter 1960/61).
Shoes: Roger Vivier (of suede, of the collection for the Spring/Summer of 1959).
Note: Audrey was holding her sunglasses by Oliver Goldsmith (created specially for her in 1956. The same that she wore in “Breakfast at Tiffany’s”) and a Givenchy coat (of beige wool, of his collection for the Autumn/Winter 1959/60).

thefashionofaudrey:

The actress Audrey Hepburn (with Mr. Famous) photographed with her husband Mel Ferrer by Cesare Rocca at the exit of the Hotel Hassler (on the Piazza Trinità dei Monti) in Rome (Italy), on March 18, 1961.

Audrey was wearing:

  • EnsembleGivenchy (two-piece: blouse and skirt of fine wool, of his collection for the Autumn/Winter 1960/61).
  • ShoesRoger Vivier (of suede, of the collection for the Spring/Summer of 1959).

Note: Audrey was holding her sunglasses by Oliver Goldsmith (created specially for her in 1956. The same that she wore in “Breakfast at Tiffany’s”) and a Givenchy coat (of beige wool, of his collection for the Autumn/Winter 1959/60).



Audrey on the set of ‘Paris When It Sizzles’ (1964). Photograph by Bob Willoughby.

Audrey on the set of ‘Paris When It Sizzles’ (1964). Photograph by Bob Willoughby.