It was probably My Fair Lady. Or possibly Charade with Cary Grant. Not too sure, but somewhere along the way we became entranced by Audrey Kathleen Ruston, aka Audrey Hepburn. The grace, the pixie haircut, the doe eyes… and the personality. She did great works for UNICEF in her later life.
So we were more than a bit chuffed to come across Audrey Hepburn « We Heart Vintage. This blog has many “vintage” icons (I’m still waiting for the call) from the fashion world of photography. Well worth a visit if you like well executed photographs of “the beautiful people”.
Actually on reflection, I think Breakfast at Tiffany’s.
The little blue bag gets me going every time…