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Audrey Hepburn - What you din't know...

Little Black Dress Audrey Hepburn What you didn't know.. The British actress will always be synonymous with the little black dress after playing Holly Golightly in Breakfast at Tiffany's. Here, reveals ten things you didn't know about this LBD icon... Audrey began ballet lessons at the age of Breakfast at Tiffany's author Truman Capote originally wrote the role of Holly Golightly for Marilyn Monroe, in 1961. Her early career was as a professional ballerina. Her slight figure – Audrey's waist was only 20 inches – She was always conscious of her feet, came not from any celeb-style diet, but was a legacy of the which were a UK size 9 and exceptionally large malnutrition she suffered during WWI. for her 5ft 7in frame. In the I 960s Givenchy made the perfume L'Interdit for Audrey was fashion designer Givenchy's muse. He designed her iconic little black dress in Breakfast at Tiffany's Audrey's personal use. She was the only one who as well as the red column frock she wore in 1957 musical Funny Face. wore the perfume for years until it was finally released In 2009, Audrey Hepburn's Givenchy couture collection of to the public. embellished gowns sold at auction for a cool £270,000. A lifelong cigarette smoker, Audrey reportedly Audrey only just beat Julie Andrews to the role of Eliza Doolittle smoked up to 4 packs per day in her early career. in the 1964 film My Fair Lady. Audrey spoke 5 languages: Audrey was superstitious, insisting on dressing room number English, Dutch, French, Italian and Spanish. 55 because that was her lucky number. © 2013 The essential new destination for beautiful LBDS and dresses for

Audrey Hepburn - What you din't know...

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