Audrey Hepburn was born on May 4th, 1929 and died on January 20th, 1993. She was the most remarkable and gorgeous icon of the 1950s. She looked like almost any ordinary girl, yet was like no one else. Audrey Hepburn-Ruston was an award winning actress, style icon, fashion model, humanitarian and UNICEF ambassador. She had worked hard to become a ballet dancer but ended up being the world's famous and highest paid film actress.
Each of her films was enhanced with her original presence and she remained beloved for being unique. Audrey was graceful, cheery, beautiful, intelligent and confident. Most of the types of clothing and shoe designs are named after her as her fashion choices became a factor of influence. The Audrey Collection includes slim trousers, Capri pants, black turtleneck, ballet flats, little black dress, silk scarf, evening gown, hat and trench coat. Audrey never advised women to blindly follow her choice of clothing. Her advice for women was to have the right attitude towards their life and body. Audrey picked clothing that suited her body and not because they were innovative. She was expert in creating her own looks.
She had the ability to create a wardrobe only after understanding what cuts would look good on her. Audrey believed in dressing for comfort and her ballet flats were quite practical as well as sophisticated. She had her own beliefs and ate what she liked using her common sense to maintain a healthy balanced diet. Audrey Hepburn was an optimist who knew beauty started from within and clothes in the closet didn't make any difference. She had a positive attitude towards life and generosity for people around her. She believed a genuine smile could even make the simplest outfit look great.