audreyandmarilyn:

Audrey Hepburn in Roman Holiday (1953).

audreyandmarilyn:

Audrey Hepburn in Roman Holiday (1953).



Roman Holiday!!!! ^__^ (Taken with instagram)

Roman Holiday!!!! ^__^ (Taken with instagram)


Skipped the Zoo today just so I could watch Roman Holiday! I love how adorable Audrey looks in men’s PJ’s…kinda also the reason why I buy men’s PJs as my sleepwear :$ ☺ (Taken with instagram)

Skipped the Zoo today just so I could watch Roman Holiday! I love how adorable Audrey looks in men’s PJ’s…kinda also the reason why I buy men’s PJs as my sleepwear :$ ☺ (Taken with instagram)


audreyhepburnfacts:

Audrey Hepburn’s Oscar dress was voted the greatest Oscar dress of all time by TIME Magazine in 1995. It even has its own Wikipedia page.
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audreyhepburnfacts:

Audrey Hepburn’s Oscar dress was voted the greatest Oscar dress of all time by TIME Magazine in 1995. It even has its own Wikipedia page.

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"I had the unfortunate task of informing Audrey that the studio might ask her to pad her bust off-screen as well as on. But she was adamant that she would change nothing in her appearance - she would be herself or not one at all. Of course she was right. She started an entirely different look in America, and in 1953 she was the one incomparable newcomer. The press had never seen anyone like her."
— Arthur Wilde, Paramount press agent, on Audrey Hepburn and her public image in the wake of Roman Holiday’s success. (via audreyhepburnfacts)

"Audrey definitely had a good heart. There was nothing mean or petty about her. She had a good character, so I think people picked up on that. She didn’t have any of the backstabbing, grasping, petty, gossipy personality that you see in this business. I liked her a lot; in fact, I loved Audrey. It was easy to love her."

Gregory Peck on Audrey Hepburn

(Ed note: Swoon)