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November 30, 2019

50 Stunning Photos of Fashion Icon Audrey Hepburn in the 1960s

So much has been said and written about Audrey Hepburn already:

Audrey was meek, gentle, and ethereal, understated both in her life and in her work. She walked among us with a light pace, as if she didn’t want to noticed.” - Sophia Loren

Before I even met Audrey, I had a crush on her, and after I met her, just a day later, I felt as if we were old friends… Most men who worked with her felt both fatherly or brotherly about her, while harboring romantic feelings about her… She was the love of my life.” - William Holden.

Audrey was known for something which has disappeared, and that is elegance, grace and manners … God kissed her on the cheek, and there she was.” - Billy Wilder

Fashion styles of Audrey Hepburn in the 1960s

Audrey sensed very early in her life and career that self-worth based on fame or beauty is very short-lived, and so she remained forever herself — realistic, aware, and caring.” - Robert Wolders

Audrey was the kind of person who, when she saw someone else suffering, tried to take the pain on herself. She was a healer. She knew how to love.” - Shirley MacLaine

She shared her joy with friends, but kept her unhappy moments to herself.” - Hubert de Givenchy

I think that there are few people in one’s life that you never really feel that they’re gone. I have to remind myself that she isn’t around.” - Blake Edwards

She believed in love. She believed love could heal, fix, mend, and make everything fine and good in the end… and it did. She left us with peace and serenity, and her passage was almost devoid of any pain.” - Sean Hepburn Ferrer

These stunning pics that show fashion styles of Audrey Hepburn in the 1960s.

Audrey in a dress by Givenchy, photo by Jim Pringle, Rome, Jan. 8, 1960

Audrey in wool coat by Balenciaga and blouse and skirt by Cardin, photo by Pierluigi in Rome, 1960

Audrey and cat in publicity photo for "Breakfast at Tiffany's" by Frank Cronenweth, 1961

Audrey Hepburn in lace-trimmed blouse, 1961

Audrey Hepburn is wearing combination helmet and headscarf in classic French Provençal cotton print, photo by Pierluigi, Rome 1961

Audrey Hepburn photographed with Mr. Famous in her car by Pierluigi Praturlon for a fashion editorial in Rome (Italy), in March 1961

Audrey Hepburn, photo by Richard Avedon, Harper's Bazaar, September 1961

Audrey in publicity photo for "Breakfast at Tiffany's, 1961

Audrey is dressed in a traditional Scottish cap, the Glengarry is a boat-shaped cap without a peak made of thick wool with a bobble on top and ribbons in the back, photo by Howell Conant, 1961

Audrey Hepburn in iconic wide-brimmed straw hat she wore in the film "Breakfast at Tiffany's", short black cocktail dress and hat by Givenchy, photo by John Springer, 1961

Audrey dressed in Givenchy for a publicity still for the movie "Charade", 1962

Audrey Hepburn (as Gabrielle Simpson) photographed by Bob Willoughby at the Studio de Boulogne during the filming of “Paris When It Sizzles”, Paris (France), Summer of 1962

Audrey Hepburn at the villa she rented in France during the filming of "Paris When it Sizzles", photo by Bob Willoughby, 1962

Audrey Hepburn photographed (by Bud Fraker?) during the filming of “Charade” in Paris (France), Winter of 1962/63

Audrey Hepburn photographed by Howell Conant for a fashion editorial at a farm near her house in the Swiss Alps, February 1962

Audrey Hepburn wearing suit by Givenchy in scene from "Paris When It Sizzles", photo by Bob Willoughby, 1962

Audrey in hat by Givenchy, photo by Howell Conant, circa 1962

Audrey photographed by Howell Conant for Life magazine, May 1962

Audrey Hepburn in costume designed by Cecil Beaton for "My Fair Lady", the hat is of lavender silk with white silk roses, photo by Cecil Beaton, 1963

Audrey Hepburn, photo by Howell Conant, 1963

Audrey in Givenchy's ski-suit for the film "Charade", 1963

Audrey in one of the many creations of Cecil Beaton for "My Fair Lady", photo by Cecil Beaton, 1963

Audrey photographed by Cecil Beaton for the film "My Fair Lady", 1963

Audrey wearing coat by Givenchy in film "Charade", 1963

Audrey Hepburn as Gabrielle Simpson in the film "Paris When it Sizzles" with William Holden, directed by Richard Quine, 1964

Audrey Hepburn in bubble bath scene from the movie "Paris When it Sizzles", photo by Bob Willoughby (official still photographer on the film), 1964

Audrey Hepburn photographed by her friend Cecil Beaton (in April) for the American Vogue, edition of June 1964

Audrey in costume designed by Cecil Beaton for "My Fair Lady", photo by Cecil Beaton, 1964

Audrey in costume designed by Cecil Beaton for "My Fair Lady", photo by Cecil Beaton, 1964

Audrey in costume designed by Cecil Beaton for "My Fair Lady", photo by Cecil Beaton, 1964

Audrey in costume designed by Cecil Beaton for "My Fair Lady", photo by Cecil Beaton, 1964

Audrey Hepburn as Nicole Bonnet and photographed by Douglas Kirkland at the Studio de Boulogne to a fashion editorial and also for the publicity of “How to Steal a Million”, Paris (France), November 1965

Audrey Hepburn at the Studio de Boulogne, during the making of "How to Steal a Million" in Paris. Photograph by Douglas Kirkland, 1965

Audrey Hepburn at the Studio de Boulogne, during the making of "How to Steal a Million" in Paris. Photograph by Douglas Kirkland, 1965

Audrey Hepburn at the Studio de Boulogne, during the making of "How to Steal a Million" in Paris. Photograph by Douglas Kirkland, 1965

Audrey Hepburn at the Studio de Boulogne, during the making of "How to Steal a Million" in Paris. Photograph by Douglas Kirkland, 1965

Audrey Hepburn at the Studio de Boulogne, during the making of "How to Steal a Million" in Paris. Photograph by Douglas Kirkland, 1965

Audrey Hepburn at the Studio de Boulogne, during the making of "How to Steal a Million" in Paris. Photograph by Douglas Kirkland, 1965

Audrey Hepburn photographed by Douglas Kirkland at the Studio de Boulogne for the publicity of “How to Steal a Million”. Paris (France), November 1965

Audrey Hepburn wearing Givenchy, photo by Douglas Kirkland at the Studio de Boulogne for the publicity of “How to Steal a Million”, Paris, November 1965

Audrey photographed by Douglas Kirkland at the Studio de Boulogne during the making of “How to Steal a Million”, Paris, November 1965

Audrey Hepburn in two-piece knit sunsuit from Miss Dior for the film "Two for the Road", 1966

Audrey Hepburn photographed by Pierluigi Praturlon on the French Riviera, during the filming of “Two for the Road” for an fashion editorial and also for publicity photos, June 1966

Audrey Hepburn photographed by William Klein in Paris, September 1966

Audrey in Givenchy's black Chantilly-lace cocktail dress in a publicity still for the film "How to Steal a Million", 1966

Audrey in red bathingsuit in a scene from the film "Two For the Road", photo by Terry O'Neill, 1966

Audrey as Joanna Wallace photographed by Terry O’Neill for the publicity of “Two for the Road”, 1967

Audrey Hepburn as Joanna Wallace and photographed by Terry O’Neill for the publicity of “Two for the Road”, 1967

Audrey photographed by John Engstead for the publicity of “Wait Until Dark”, 1967

Audrey wearing Yves Saint Laurent, photo by Bud Fraker, Italian Vogue, Aug. 1967




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