Audrey Hepburn


Manor House Where Audrey Hepburn Played Sabrina Hits The Market

Few movie stars have stirred Americans’ hearts like Audrey Hepburn. In the 1954 movie Sabrina, the last directed by Billy Wilder for Paramount Pictures, she co-starred with Humphrey Bogart and William Holden to portray the daughter of the chauffer to the wealthy Larrabees. The fictional family’s cinematic home was a gracious red brick house built in Rye, New York in 1917. Now that very house is for sale, newly on the market for $11 million.
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Mansion where iconic Audrey Hepburn played ‘Sabrina’ lists for $11M

The historic home where Audrey Hepburn’s Sabrina lived most of her life dreaming up a whole new world with the Larrabees’ is now on sale for $11 million. “This was as close to heaven as one could get on Long Island,” Sabrina Fairchild (Hepburn) says in “Sabrina,” as she described the Larrabee family mansion that she grow up in as the chauffeur’s daughter. Located in Rye, New York, the home was first built in 1917, well before the Oscar-winning film was released in 1954. Spanning over 9,400 square feet, the waterfront property is situated on six acres of land. The home briefly went up...
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Jennifer Lopez Channels Audrey Hepburn During Honeymoon Date Night in Paris

Jennifer Lopez seems to be taking some Old Hollywood style inspiration during her romantic Parisian honeymoon. Yesterday, the multi-hyphenate and her husband, Ben Affleck, headed out for a romantic dinner near the Eiffel Tower. For the occasion, J.Lo cut a sophisticated figure, emulating Audrey Hepburn via a skintight black maxi...

The Regency Costumes in 'Persuasion' Take Inspiration From Debbie Harry, Patti Smith and Audrey Hepburn

In "Persuasion," twenty-something Anne Elliot (Dakota Johnson) still mourns the demise of her first true love since she refused the proposal of dashing (and then-broke) naval captain Frederick Wentworth (Cosmo Jarvis) eight long years prior. She finds some solace in a heartbreak "playlist" — paper sheet music stashed in a time-honored ex keepsake box as opposed to a CD or Spotify compilation. Like a Jane Austen classic, it serves as an evergreen and universal salve. That's not the only part of our 19th-century protagonist that's inflected with modernity in the Carrie Cracknell-directed Netflix adaptation.

24 Vintage Photos Of Eternal Beauty Muse, Audrey Hepburn

As elegant as they come, Audrey Hepburn’s gamine beauty made her one of the world’s most beloved muses. From her strong brows and penchant for a feline flick to that enviable and effortless pixie crop, she knew the power of a classic look – and, crucially, how to accentuate her features. She also approached her beauty routine with a sense of playfulness and fun. “I believe in manicures. I believe in overdressing. I believe in primping at leisure and wearing lipstick. I believe in pink. I believe happy girls are the prettiest girls,” she once said. On what would have been her 93rd birthday, Vogue takes a look back at some of her best beauty moments.

Shutter Notes: Ann Nissen, Audrey Hepburn – Muriel

Welcome to Shutter Notes, our new weekly community feature. Shutter Notes will be a chance to get to know our community members a bit better. Each member will share a little bit about themselves and an image they’ve chosen. Ann Nissen is a retired photographer who now spends her...

Audrey Hepburn Had To Fight For One Of Breakfast At Tiffany's Most Memorable Scenes

There are so many classic moments that come to mind when thinking about "Breakfast at Tiffany's." The 1961 film, which was very loosely based on Truman Capote's novella of the same name, stars Audrey Hepburn as the unforgettable Holly Golightly, but Capote actually wanted the role to go to Marilyn Monroe and was very unhappy when Hepburn won the part. We'll never know what that movie would've looked like, but there's no denying that Hepburn's turn as Holly has gone down in film history as the actress's most recognizable role. This is wildly impressive, considering she starred in so many other beloved films, including "Charade," "Funny Face," and "Roman Holiday." Hepburn may have been all wrong for the book version of Holly, but it's impossible to imagine the movie adaptation with anyone else in the part.

The Bride Channeled Audrey Hepburn for Her Los Angeles Backyard Wedding

Samantha Ressler’s best friend Max Winkler and his sister Zoe were waiting in line to get their COVID vaccines when they ran into Jason Borg. Zoe had graduated from the University of Wisconsin with him back in 2002. “It’s possible that they had neither seen nor spoken to one another since then, but they struck up a conversation, and she immediately thought he was really great,” Sam remembers. “Apparently, Jason had just moved to L.A. that afternoon.” During the encounter, Zoe texted Sam to ask if she could set her up. “I told her no,” Sam remembers. “She gave him my number anyway, and he called me that night.” That was in January 2021, and the two were married 13 months later.

Audrey Hepburn And Cary Grant Were Well Aware Of Their Awkward Age Gap In Charade

Is an Audrey Hepburn movie really an Audrey Hepburn movie if her love interest isn't at least 10 years her senior? Sadly, some of the actress' best films have her playing against some of the most charming heartthrobs of their time ... just a bit past their prime. Hepburn famously smooched Fred Astaire, then pushing 60, in "Funny Face;" a 56-year-old Gary Cooper in "Love in the Afternoonl" and Humphrey Bogart — with a whopping 30 years (!) between them — in "Sabrina," all before she'd turned 30.