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remembering audrey

Everywhere I turn, people are abuzz about Vanity Fair’s beautiful May cover starring a doe-eyed Audrey Hepburn. The fanfare reminds me of the May 2003 issue of Town & Country, which also featured an interview with one of Ms. Hepburn’s sons and a forensic look at her elegant style. I quite enjoyed reviewing the piece again, and am especially fond of the bulleted “Did You Know” facts. I had forgotten that Audrey was discovered by Colette at Hôtel de Paris Monte-Carlo, which is kind of fun to think about (…says the history nerd). Anywho, the entire article in question can be found here. I hope it’s enough to hold you over ‘til you can get your hands on the newest Vanity Fair : )


une citation

"When I wear a silk scarf I feel so definitely like a woman, a beautiful woman."

-Audrey Hepburn



une citation

“His are the only clothes in which I am myself."
-Audrey Hepburn on Givenchy



I can’t get enough of this très stylish music video by French pop princess, Macau trực tuyến BaccaratYelle. First of all, it’s pink. Second, the song is SO catchy. Just try to get it out of your head after watching (it’s not possible). P.S. – how chic is Ms. Yelle? She’s Audrey Hepburn meets Lady Gaga in the best sort of way, no? :)


mark shaw + audrey hepburn

I think if I could go back in time to interview anyone, it would be Mark Shaw. In addition to photographing the starlets of Hollywood’s golden age and working for Vogue and Harper's Bazaar circa 1950 and 1960, Shaw was the Kennedy White House’s unofficial photographer. I mean, to sit down with an individual who could give you first-hand accounts of what Grace Kelly, Jackie Kennedy, Diana Vreeland and Audrey Hepburn were like in person? Priceless. I adore these candid stills of Audrey courtesy of the Andrew Wilder Gallery (all of which are for sale, btw). Shaw was a master of capturing the right moment... he makes it look so easy. And to think, all of these were taken with plain old film!