Elizabeth Taylor dancing with Mel Ferrer while Eddie Fisher dances with Audrey Hepburn at the Desert Inn in Las Vegas, 1961.
Audrey Hepburn backstage with Barbra Streisand after a performance of Funny Girl, 1964.
Frank Sinatra and Audrey Hepburn, 1956.
Audrey Hepburn and Rosemary Clooney at Paramount Studios, 1954.
Robert Wolders, Audrey Hepburn, Yves Saint Laurent, and Loulou de la Falaise at a Givenchy Party during fashion week in Paris, France, January 1990.
Donald O’Connor, Marlon Brando, Frank Sinatra, Cecil B. DeMille, Audrey Hepburn, and Barbara Rush attend a dinner given by Paramount for Prince Albert of Belgium during his visit to Hollywood, 1955.
Thank you hepburnandgivenchy for the inquiry and for allowing me to post your question on my blog. I can most certainly post pictures of Audrey and her celebrity friends. You also mentioned in another message if there were any pictures of Audrey and Marlon Brando and although I was able to find one, unfortunately, you can’t see Marlon’s face.
lana-and-the-lonely-hearts-club asked: Lovely blog..^.^
Thank you! xo
Audrey Hepburn feeding turkeys circa 1951.
Audrey Hepburn and Oscar de la Renta circa 1968.
Audrey Hepburn and Oscar de la Renta at the 1989 Council of Fashion Designers of America Awards at Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York City, New York. Photograph by Ron Galella.
Ernie Lehman (Sabrina’s screenwriter) recognized what was happening when he dropped into Bill’s dressing room one day. Lehman had been working so hard on rewrites of the Sabrina script that he had broken down in a weeping fit in a corner of the stage. “Go home and get some rest; you deserve it,” (director Billy) Wilder said. Before leaving, Lehman wanted to say goodbye to Bill Holden. He walked into Holden’s dressing room unannounced. He found Bill and Audrey standing a foot apart facing each other, their eyes meeting. Lehman said his farewell and departed, realizing that something profound was happening between Bill Holden and Audrey Hepburn.
—Golden Boy: The Untold Story of William Holden
Pictures that have been captioned “Audrey Hepburn” but in fact are not.
original photo: http://i.imgur.com/Z434sjo.jpg from a russian stock site
Recent picture of a model in a wedding dress.
Jean Shrimpton by John French, 1963.
If you know of other photographs that claim to be Audrey but aren’t (or you have more information about the pictures posted above) feel free to reply/comment on this thread.
archeologie-deactivated20131208 asked: Hi, I reblogged a picture of Audrey Hepburn on my blog, but I don't think it is her. Can you tell me if it is actually Audrey or not? It's bugging me. It's the one of two women in big white shirts "en pointe".
You’re right, this isn’t a picture of Audrey Hepburn. This picture looks recent to me, possibly photographed in the last decade.
Edit: sir-understanding-senpai said: It isn’t her. It’s from a recent russian photo set.
Audrey Hepburn at the Joinville Studio in France while filming Love in the Afternoon, 1956.