Audrey Hepburn for Roman Holiday The start of a beautiful fashion friendship, the 1954 Oscars marked the first time Hepburn had worn a Hubert de Givenchy dress in public. The dress was originally designed by Edith Head as part of Hepburn's Roman Holiday wardrobe, but was adapted by Givenchy for the Oscars. Soon after winning the award, Hepburn insisted that it stated in her film contracts that Givenchy designed all her costumes.
Historical style: Maternity fashion across the ages
Audrey Hepburn photographed with her Yorkshire Terrier by Marcello Geppetti after shopping at a grocery in Rome (Italy), in November 1961.Audrey was wearing:Coat: Givenchy (of wool, white background with a weft in the navy blue color, double-breasted with buttons of resin in the navy blue color, with collar à revers and sleeves with height above the wrists, length below the knees, liner of silk taffeta in the navy blue color, of his collection for the Autumn/Winter 1961/62).