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You don’t have to be born in Hollywood’s Golden Era to know the name Audrey Hepburn. She was the star of many Hollywood classics that remain top rated movies until this day. When Hepburn retired from acting, she turned her efforts to humanitarian causes with a particular focus on children. Not only was she a beauty to behold, she also has a heart of gold.
Hepburn paved the way for women dominating Hollywood back in the Golden Age. She became the first actress to win an Academy Award, a Golden Globe Award and a BAFTA award. While Hepburn had lived a colourful and illustrious life, it was a devastating day when she succumbed to her illnesses and passed away in 1993.
26 years later, we are remembering Hepburn for her brilliant works of art! Curl up this short holiday by binge watching 3 of her most famous films!
Breakfast at Tiffany’s (1961)
Holly Golightly is probably Hepburn’s most iconic character in her career. There isn’t another character so universally known than Holly in her little black dress. Hepburn’s performance of Holly solidified her status as a fashion icon and set the trend for a Little Black Dress off for generations to come!