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Audrey Hepburn Shines in Never-Before-Seen Photos from a New Book

22/10/2019

Backstage, on a beach, hugging a donkey–is there any place where celebrated British actress Audrey Hepburn doesn’t shine? In the forthcoming photo book Always Audrey, devoted fans will have a glimpse of never-before-seen photographs of the Breakfast at Tiffany‘s star, captured by six different photographers. The body of work also spans Hepburn’s epochal career, from prancing around Broadway stages as the free-spirited Gigi to shifting towards a role of humanitarianism and advocacy. Scroll through to get a preview of the book.

Hepburn shines in pink on the Always Audrey cover.
Credits: Norman Parkinson

 

Hepburn expertly balances herself on a rock.
Credits: Milton H. Greene

 

Hepburn wears a red checkered shirt tucked into hot-red trousers.
Credits: Milton H. Greene

 

Hepburn adjusts her neck scarf while sitting in a convertible.
Credits: Milton H. Greene

 

Hepburn looks at the camera while posing in a straw hat.
Credits: Milton H. Greene

 

Hepburn photographed inside a taxi in Broadway in 1951, during the time she starred as Gigi in the Broadway production of the same name in New York City.
Credits: Lawrence Fried

 

Broadway debut in the play Gigi written by Colette and Anita Loos, photographed in 1952.
Credits: Norman Parkinson

 

Hepburn during a photoshoot for Vogue, January 1952.
Credits: Norman Parkinson

 

The Belgian-born British actress wears a Givenchy afternoon cocktail dress from the Spring/Summer 1955 collection.
Credits: Norman Parkinson

 

Hepburn and Bimba the donkey photographed at Villa Rolli, South of Rome, during the filming of King Vidor’s War and Peace.
Credits: Norman Parkinson

 

Hepburn photographed wearing Givenchy for Glamour in June 1955, in Rome, Italy.
Credits: Norman Parkinson

 

Hepburn at the Studio de Boulogne, during the making of How to Steal a Million in Paris, November 1965.
Credits: Douglas Kirkland

 

Hepburn on the set of a scene from the crime caper How to Steal a Million.
Credits: Terry O’Neill

 

Hepburn plays cricket on the beach during a break from filming Stanley Donen’s Two for the Road in 1966.
Credits: Terry O’Neill

 

Hepburn relaxing by a pool during filming for Two For The Road in St. Tropez.
Credits: Terry O’Neill

 

Eva Sereny
Dressed in white, the actress and humanitarian shines in a field of flowers.

 

Hepburn prepares for her Broadway debut in the play Gigi, written by Colette and Anita Loos, at the Fulton Theatre in New York City in 1952.
Credits: Lawrence Fried

 

From: Harper’s BAZAAR US

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