Audrey Hepburn’s 16 Most Iconic On-Screen Looks

  
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Audrey Hepburn is one of the first actresses to come to mind when thinking of influential fashion icons in film. Her timeless and elegant style has transcended generations and is just as relevant today as it was in the ’50s and ’60s. The doe-eyed beauty had a penchant for effortless fashion and typically wore practical pieces with a feminine twist to them. Her roles on the silver screen differ slightly in their take on fashion, yet all of them remain absolutely iconic, especially paired with Hepburn’s sophisticated charm. Follow along for 16 of her most memorable and iconic on-screen looks of all time:

16. How To Steal A Million — 1966

Audrey Hepburn played Nicole in the stylish rom-com How To Steal A Million which was released in 1966. The film took place in Paris, which is a clear indicator that the fashion will be top notch. Her fashion from the film included a variety of mod minidresses, posh hats, and oversized white sunglasses and her makeup was always made complete with a winged cat eye. It’s no surprise that Givenchy was the mastermind between many of her iconic looks from the film, with this cheetah print hat and white jacket combination being one of them.

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15. Sabrina — 1954

In the classic 1954 film Sabrina, Hepburn plays a young and naive character who spends a few months in Paris. During her stay abroad, she matures from a young girl to a sophisticated woman and quickly becomes the eye of affection for many hopeful suitors when she returns home. During her time away, she clearly picks up a French girl sense of fashion which includes many effortlessly chic pieces. This particular look is one of Sabrina’s key casual looks but it hits the French girl aesthetic on the head — an effortless button up, chic white shorts and feminine metallic mules.

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