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Go Ara Channels Audrey Hepburn In Harper's Bazaar

By Elsa B. | January 01, 2016 10:44 PM EST


Actress Go Ara channeled old Hollywood glamor in the latest issue of Harper's Bazaar.

According to the magazine, the pictorial was an homage to famous British actress Audrey Hepburn. Specifically, the films Sabrina (1954) and Funny Face (1957) inspired the "tomboy" and "intense woman" wardrobe themes.

Go was compared to the actress not only because of her beauty, but her deep passion for humanitarian work. The star's last ambassador trip was to Manila, Philippines to bring awareness to a landfill spot that was affecting the health of local citizens. 

Go's wardrobe included a Lucky Chouette turtleneck, Dior cashmere sweaters and Maison Margiela jewelry, to name a few items. Among the standout combinations there was a Sacai ensemble from the Fall RTW 2016 collection. The tweed jacket and skirt set can be seen below on the runway.

During the interview, Go was asked about her upcoming film The Magician. When asked if it was more dramatic than the novel that inspired it, she responded, "The quiet strength of my character [a Joseon Dynasty princess] stays the same, but she has more serenity. I am confident the movie will be more interesting."

In other fashion news, Go Ara recently posed for three separate covers of Ceci China's January issue.


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