Audrey Hepburn: Her Fashion Legacy #iCon

When we hear the name Audrey Hepburn, we all know her as that movie poster girl. In reality, she is more than just an actress. A Belgian, born in 1929, Audrey’s impact goes beyond the movie screens.

If there’s one thing that we can associate Hepburn with is her famous black Givenchy dress, which was sold back in 2006 for 467,200 euros – the highest price paid for a dress from a film. The impact that that dress has.

This Black Givenchy Dress is a certified Audrey Hepburn style, from her critically-acclaimed movie, “Breakfast At Tiffany’s”

To pay homage to the iconic queen of the film industry, let us look back to some of her iconic styles:

The Audrey Hepburn Hair

  • The Updo


The Updo hairstyle is a classic Audrey Hepburn.

The Audrey Hepburn Updo Hairstyle is one of the most influential hairdos of all time, making it one of the most requested style in salons all over the world.

With her beauty and charm, she can definitely rock a fringe hairstyle.

Before Miley and Katy rocked the hairstyle, Audrey was one of the pioneers of the fringe hairstyle among female celebrities.

The headscarf is one of the staple accessories for women in the 50’s.

The 50’s was a very conservative time for women and Audrey made it very fashionable to wear a headscarf.


Audrey’s Glamorous Gowns

This is a white floral Givenchy dress, worn by Audrey Hepburn back in 1954.

Audrey Hepburn is a close friend of Hubert de Givenchy hence the reason why she became the muse for the brand.

Audrey Hepburn in the set of her opera scene, Love In the Afternoon.

Another haute couture from Givenchy worn by Audrey in her 1956 opera scene, Love In the Afternoon.

One of her iconic gown moment was the dress she wore in her wedding.

One of the highlights in Audrey’s life was her wedding with Mel Ferrer and even in special moments, she never fails to serve glamorous looks.

Casual Styles


Audrey Hepburn in a cropped pants is one of her fashion legacy.

You might say cropped pants is trendy now, but Audrey Hepburn made the first move to make it fashionable.

Just sunglasses and peacoat is enough for Audrey to make everyone turn their heads.

“Stop telephonin’ me!” Audrey looks amazing in her striped sweater.

“The best time to wear a striped sweater is all the time”, that’s what Spongebob said seeing Audrey Hepburn rock the casual style with elegance.

Who would have thought that someone who loves to dress fabulously will be the inspiration of the fashion community today. Her style will forever be etched in our hearts and she will be remembered for eternity.