As one of the most enduring style icons of all time, Audrey Hepburn's influence knows no bounds — and extends far beyond the ubiquitous Breakfast at Tiffany's posters. Her LBDs and pixie cuts are still emulated by women everywhere, but it's the settings of some of the actress' most memorable movies that has us intrigued today.
Whether embodying a Cockney flower girl or a princess on the run, bunking down in Paris or living it up in Rome, Hepburn was always surrounded by decor that reflected her elegance and ease. To honor Hepburn's upcoming National Portrait Gallery exhibit, we're diving into five Hepburn classics, and analyzing the little background details that make them timeless and totally stylish.
Click through to see our modern-day picks that would make the screen legend smile.