Fan Phenomena: Audrey Hepburn
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What gives this slight starlet such staying power? A talented actress, an icon of fashion, a loving mother, and an active humanitarian, Hepburn remains one of the world’s most beloved women even two decades after her death. Ranked as the third greatest screen star of all time by the American Film Institute, she possessed grace and beauty that still enchant us today. The winner of the 1953 Academy Award for her role as Princess Ann in Roman Holiday, she received further Academy Award nominations for Sabrina, Breakfast at Tiffany's, and Wait Until Dark. Her timeless, iconic style, both on and off screen, has long been admired, and she is seen by many as the epitome of grace, class, and elegance.
Fan Phenomena: Audrey Hepburn focuses on the transformative nature of Hepburn’s star persona, exploring her journey from ingénue to UNICEF ambassador. The book looks at her iconographic relationship with female culture and fashion and situates Breakfast at Tiffany’s alongside the works of Edith Wharton and Sex and the City.
Audrey Hepburn: Fashion, Fairy Tales and Transformation
Audrey is a Hep Cat Now
Why is Hepburn So 'Audrey'?
Transformation, Fashion and Funny Face
Audrey Hepburn and the Popularization of the 'Little Black Dress'
'She's Enchanting': How Her Neglected Films Give Fans the Key to Audrey-ness
The Making of an International Star: The Early Film Career and Star Image of Audrey Hepburn, 1948-54
Little Black Dress: Audrey, Fashion, and Fans
The Audrey Hat Trick
Audrey Hepburn Syndrome: It's a Girl (and Sometimes a Boy) Thing