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Audrey Hepburn on a film set in Paris in Director Richard Quine is sitting behind her.

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Audrey Hepburn

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March Audrey Hepburn photographed by Cecil Beaton at his London house at Pelham Place. Audrey Hepburn Portrait by Cecil Beaton for Vogue in 1954 - short gamine haircut popular at the time.

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vintagegal: “ Audrey Hepburn photographed by Richard Avedon, Paris, 1959 ”

Audrey Hepburn — As a child during WWII she smuggled for the Dutch Resistance and once had to hide in a rat-infested cellar for a couple months to escape detection. Her mother thought she

If I cut my hair short- Audrey Hepburn — As a child during WWII she smuggled for the Dutch Resistance and once had to hide in a rat-infested cellar for a couple months to escape detection. Her mother thought she'd died.

One of the first portraits taken of Audrey Hepburn after the liberation of Holland, 1946.  During the occupation Audrey ate  tulip bulbs to survive.

one of the first portraits taken of Audrey Hepburn after the liberation of Holland, 1946 - during the occupation Audrey ate tulip bulbs to survive

Emma Ferrer shares her favorite photographs of her grandmother, Audrey Hepburn. See them all here.

Photo Album: My Grandmother Audrey

Photo Album: My Grandmother Audrey "As a little girl I used to imagine her in the moments after the image would have been shot, caressing the lovely little dog. I would imagine how nice it would have been to be there with them.

Audrey Hepburn ~ During production of Sabrina (1954), Billy Wilder was continuously working on the script. One day he asked Hepburn to feign illness so he would have enough time to finish the scene to be shot.                                                                                                                                                      More

Those brows! Audrey Hepburn ~ During production of Sabrina Billy Wilder was continuously working on the script. One day he asked Hepburn to feign illness so he would have enough time to finish the scene to be shot.

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