Thursday, 5 May 2011

Audrey Hepburn Photos

No-one can deny the Audrey Hepburn influences in the Spring Summer collections of various high street designers right now and everyone loves to see more and more photos of the ever-classical Audrey Hepburn. Of course, Audrey has always been in fashion but it seems at the moment that the return to the truly feminine dress has caused a Hepburn revival. Dresses with cutesy collars are everywhere in the shops and can even be found in two different colours, bright pink and yellow, in Miss Selfridges in the same design! What could be cuter than a shift dress with pretty collar paired with a pair of Audrey sunglasses and ballerinas? This classical combination will never go out of fashion.

Audrey remarked of the designer Hubert de Givenchy that, ‘He gave me a kind of look, a silhouette…What is more beautiful than a simple sheath made an extraordinary way in a special fabric, and just two earrings?’ This sheath look emphasized Hepburn’s famous gamine look and began to mean ultimate femininity.

She appeared on covers of Vogue and Harper’s Bazaar but her secret to success was that she stuck with fashion that suited her. However, pretty much anyone can carry off the Hepburn look today even if you are not slim and petite. A shift dress can be flattering on any figure and any woman can look great in ballerinas. The timeless elegance of Hepburn is achievable by everyone. Flowers like roses, larger than life earrings and a loveable feeling for fashion is all necessary to pull off the Hepburn look. Remember above all to feel comfortable; Hepburn was actually said to value comfort over fashion.

At the try looking at Sally-Ann Provan’s stylish Hepburn Cameos to really get into that classic 1920s style. Sally Ann Provan is a milliner with links in Edinburgh and London who makes head-pieces and her collection was shown at London Fashion week is for sale on