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YEP!! I was told for years not to wear red. Now I wear it all the time! I think he was afraid I looked too good in it!!

YEP!! I was told for years not to wear red. Now I wear it all the time! I think he was afraid I looked too good in it!!

The center spread of Flow Weekly 12 (Dutch only) is a mini-poster of an Audrey Hepburn quote that has been beautifully illustrated by Valerie McKeehan.

The center spread of Flow Weekly 12 (Dutch only) is a mini-poster of an Audrey Hepburn quote that has been beautifully illustrated by Valerie McKeehan.

Not only was Audrey Hepburn used as one of the visual models for animators when creating the Disney character Belle from the 1991 film, Beauty and the Beast, but the ball gown Belle wears in the now famous waltz scene from the Oscar-nominated Disney flick is directly inspired by the royal gown Audrey Hepburn wore in the 1953 film Roman Holiday - her Hollywood debut. Hepburn was used as model primarily for her face’s round features. The Disney animators wanted to make Belle more…

Not only was Audrey Hepburn used as one of the visual models for animators when creating the Disney character Belle from the 1991 film, Beauty and the Beast, but the ball gown Belle wears in the now famous waltz scene from the Oscar-nominated Disney flick is directly inspired by the royal gown Audrey Hepburn wore in the 1953 film Roman Holiday - her Hollywood debut. Hepburn was used as model primarily for her face’s round features. The Disney animators wanted to make Belle more…

"I love people who make me laugh. I honestly think it's the thing I like most, to laugh. It cures a multitude of ills. It's probably the most important thing in a person."

"I love people who make me laugh. I honestly think it's the thing I like most, to laugh. It cures a multitude of ills. It's probably the most important thing in a person."

Pin for Later: All the Ways You Can Be Audrey Hepburn For Halloween Early 1950s Audrey Hepburn

Pin for Later: All the Ways You Can Be Audrey Hepburn For Halloween Early 1950s Audrey Hepburn

Audrey Hepburn in Roman Holiday. / Paramount originally wanted to shoot this movie in Hollywood. William Wyler refused, insisting it must be shot on location. They finally agreed, but with a much lower budget. This meant the movie would now be in Black-n-White, not the expected Technicolor, and he would need to cast an unknown actress as the Princess - Audrey Hepburn. 1950s

Audrey Hepburn in Roman Holiday. / Paramount originally wanted to shoot this movie in Hollywood. William Wyler refused, insisting it must be shot on location. They finally agreed, but with a much lower budget. This meant the movie would now be in Black-n-White, not the expected Technicolor, and he would need to cast an unknown actress as the Princess - Audrey Hepburn. 1950s

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