In Charade, it's all about the fur cap. In Breakfast at Tiffany's, she goes wide-brimmed for Golightly. And, as Eliza Doolittle, she trades the black raffia hat for a massive, outrageous feathered headpiece.
But, whether on screen or off, Audrey Hepburn rarely ever saw a reason to not wear a hat. From floppy to square, bowler to pillbox, June Marsh's new book, Audrey Hepburn in Hats brilliantly showcases the Hollywood golden girl's love affair with the accessory and her unique ability to wear each with style, charm, and personality — no matter the shape.