On screen and off screen, Audrey Hepburn never put a sartorial foot wrong
The Little Black Dress
Audrey Hepburn was the queen of the little black dress who made it’s simple style famous in a way that hadn’t been equaled since Coco Chanel.
The chic simple mix of capri pants and ballet pumps was made famous by Audrey in Sabrina and Funny Face.
Roman Holiday (which catapulted her to fame) saw women everywhere copying Audrey’s short haircut, full skirts, cinched waists and button-down shirts. The simple white shirt became a staple in her wardrobe.
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