Career Audrey Hepburn began in 1951 with the title role in, frankly, a minor film in which she played a ballet dancer. However, right after that, an American of the Belgian origin was noticed by Directors and producers. Then came the role in the Broadway production of “Gigi”, and then – in one of the most romantic films in cinema history, the film “Roman holiday.” In it she played a Hollywood star Gregory Peck, with whom, by the way, made friends for life.
However, the style icon Audrey was proclaimed a little later, when he played in the cult film “Breakfast at Tiffany’s”. In it, she shone in outfits by the couturier Hubert de Givenchy. Since then, she wore exclusively dresses of this designer.
In the movies, Hepburn was always elegant, but in everyday life, her outfits were very cool. Little black dress, ballet flats, full skirts, narrow jackets and cravats – all of this became a hallmark of her style. At the very peak of the career of Audrey Hepburn can be seen on the red carpet exclusively in a romantic and very feminine dresses, in which she looked like a beautiful Princess. With age, her style became more colorful and catchy. She did not hesitate to wear outfits. Despite this, in the history of fashion, the images were created in the 50-60-ies. These outfits, oddly enough, relevant to this day!