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November 14, 2020

25 Beautiful Moments of Audrey Hepburn in Givenchy

One of the most spectacular and enduring partnerships of the fashion world, both Audrey Hepburn and Hubert de Givenchy’s careers and legacies were partly defined by their lifelong and creative friendship. Hepburn became Givenchy’s muse, while he dressed her on and off screen. “His are the only clothes in which I am myself,” stated Hepburn. “He is far more than a couturier, he is a creator of personality.” 

Take a look through 25 of the pair’s most elegant achievements:
'Sabrina,' 1953. (Hulton)
'Sabrina,' 1953. (George Rinhart)
26th Academy Awards, 1954. (NBCU)
'Funny Face', 1956. (Bud Fraker)
'Funny Face', 1956. (John Springer)
'Funny Face', 1956. (Mondadori)
'Funny Face', 1956. (Bert Hardy)
'Funny Face', 1956. (Paramount)
'Love in the Afternoon', 1957. (ullstein bild)
'Love in the Afternoon', 1957. (John Springer)
1958. (Reporters Archivi)
1958. (Reporters Archivi)
1958. (Reporters Archivi)
'Breakfast at Tiffany's,' 1961. (Hulton)
'Breakfast at Tiffany's,' 1961. (Paramount)
1963. (Bert Stern)
1963. (Bert Stern)
'Charade', 1963. (Herbert Dorfman)
'Charade', 1963. (PictureLux)
'Charade', 1963. (Giancarlo Botti)
1964. (Cecil Beaton)
1964. (Philippe Le Tellier)
'How To Steal a Million', 1966. (Terry O'Neill)
'How To Steal a Million', 1966. (United Archives)
'How To Steal a Million', 1966. (Pierluigi Praturlon)


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