Through thick and thin: the brow evolution | THE FILE
We examine the eye brow trend over the years. From thick to thin and back again. Here is what we can make of it today
And invent the future: Photo
- One should always be a little improbable - I'm Claire. Art Historian. Witty. Fluent in Sarcasm. anglophile. Avant-gardiste. soignée. polyglot. shakespeare's lover. I still read too many books, drink too much wine and love too many little things.
Audrey Hepburn Heathrow from Rome 1961
Audrey Hepburn in an attractive two colour contrasting fur hat, after her flight to Heathrow from Rome. She is here to attend the European premiere of ‘Breakfast at Tiffany’s’ at …
Giclee Audrey Hepburn Wall Art, Gray/Black
Details & Overview Description Hooray for Holly-wood. Breakfast at Tiffany’s wall art featuring Audrey Hepburn as Holly Golightly is an iconic choice for film buffs and glam fans. This gorgeous giclee reproduction is paired with a warm silvertone frame for gallery-style flair. Matte giclee reproduction on paperFoamcorePlexiglass faceWarm silvertone polystyrene frameD-ring hanger Weight 26.66 lbs. (12.09 kgs.) Read More Dimensions Width: 35.25"Depth: 1.25"Height: 44.25" Read Less
Mark Shaw - Audrey Hepburn Wearing Claire McCardell for Mademoiselle Magazine
For Sale on 1stDibs - Audrey Hepburn Wearing Claire McCardell for Mademoiselle Magazine, by Mark Shaw. Offered by Liz O'Brien - Fine Art.
Love in the Afternoon Audrey Hepburn
Audrey Hepburn is a Halloween costume mainstay for loads of reasons; she was chic and put-together, glamorous yet approachable, and showed off a classic
Audrey Hepburn B Solid-Faced Canvas Print
Black and white photo of Audrey Hepburn in a black dress and large floppy black hat with a white sash tied to the hat streaming down over her shoulders.
Audrey Hepburn on set in Long Island, New York. 1954
Whether photographing Hollywood celebrities or immigrants newly arrived in New York, photographer Dennis Stock had an extraordinary ability to capture the essence of the American experience. He photographed icons of his time, from James Dean to Audrey Hepburn, pictured here on the set of Sabrina by Billy Wilder, in New York, in 1954.