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fashion, Givenchy

Vote for Audrey!

No Comments 15 December 2007

I received an email today from the UK InStyle magazine, and they’ve just started a fun new survey about the most stylish costume on film. Our dear Audrey is mentioned not once, but twice! You can vote for Holly Golightly’s immortal little black dress from the opening scenes of Breakfast at Tiffany’s, or the equally iconic black and white dress from the Ascot races in My Fair Lady.

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fashion, style

even Audrey Hepburn’s hair is iconic

No Comments 06 October 2007

Besides the fact that Breakfast at Tiffany’s is the most widely-known of Audrey Hepburn films, and the fact that it was recently voted the most fashionable film of all time, and that it led to Audrey’s fourth Oscar nomination, you can now add to the long list of credentials that Audrey’s massive updo in the opening scene of Breakfast is on the top ten Most Iconic Screen Hairstyles. Sadly, she didn’t take first place. She came in third, after Princess Leia’s earmuff buns and Marge Simpson’s towering blue beehive. Still, that’s not bad, considering how many trendy hairstyles have come and gone since the invention of film. And it might be the easiest hairstyle to mimic out of the top three, especially with this handy-dandy tutorial to help you out.

fashion, Films, inspiration

Breakfast at Tiffany’s the most fashionable film

No Comments 22 September 2007

In celebration of London’s Fashion Week, Lovefilm.com commissioned a survey asking film fans what they thought was the most fashionable film in movie history. A 46 year-old film by the name of Breakfast at Tiffany’s came in at number one, and Holly Golightly was thought of as the most elegant and iconic character ever portrayed. Not a bad way to go down in history, is it? You can read more about the survey and Breakfast‘s runners-up here if you’d like.


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