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Audrey Hepburn Tribute: Will The World Of Cinema Be Able To Produce Another Epitome Of Style, Poise And Talent Like Her?

By Sunia Mukherjee | May 14, 2016 01:26 PM EDT


Sometime back the world remembered the late actress Audrey Hepburn on her 87th birthday. Her fans remember her as a great actress who was inducted into the International Best Dressed List Hall of Fame.

Her classic movie ''My Fair Lady'' which was released in 1964 till date happens to be the favorite movie of many fans. Her first role in ''Roman Holiday'' which was released in 1953 brought her to stardom. She played the role of Princess Anne, an European princess in the movie. Her role depicted that of a rebel  who escaped strict rules of the royal living and chose a life of her own. She fell in love with an American newsman ( played by Gregory Peck) in the movie.

Till date her style and poise is copied by many youngsters. People did an exclusive story on the styles which Hepburn had made famous. ''Whether you're into simple staples, ladylike duds or boyish details, here's how you can put together your own Audrey-worthy ensemble for summer'' mentioned the article.

Hepburn loved Ballet however she realised that due to her small stature, she might not be successful in that field. Hence she took up acting and started performing on stage. Her big break came through ''"The Secret People." Her popularity increased with time and she got more roles. Her movies "Roman Holiday," "Sabrina,"  "Breakfast at Tiffany's" and "My Fair Lady'' have made her a legend in the world of cinema.

''Hepburn is known for her classic, chic style, and women have modeled full wardrobes after her for decades. She earned a place in the International Best Dressed List Hall of Fame in 1961, and her refined, delicate features have won her a spot on many lists of the most beautiful women of the 20th century. Her iconic cropped pant and ballet slippers have become one of the most notable trends in fashion. Audrey was also known for her gorgeous hairstyles, and was the first to perfect the bun as well as make bangs a chic trend'' mentioned the article on AOL.

Hepburn's style was influenced by the French fashion designer Hubert de Givenchy founded The House of Givenchy in 1952. ''When a young Hepburn touched down in Paris and headed for the young designer's studio to create the spectacularly chic costumes for the film, a 40-year collaboration - and friendship - was born. From the ball gown to her tailored suit, the film's Givenchy costumes couldn't have been a better fit for the Cinderella story'' reported footwearnews.

Will the charisma of Hepburn ever die? Please pen down your thoughts here.  

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