Carly Anne

That’s all…

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rareaudreyhepburn:

Audrey Hepburn photographed by Richard Avedon, New York, December 18, 1953.

“The first thing I saw when I came to America was the Statue of Liberty. The second—Richard Avedon.”  Audrey Hepburn

I’ll never have an answer to what makes me special. I remember many years ago, my mother said to me, ‘Considering that you have no talent, it’s really extraordinary where you’ve got.’ and that’s what I really believe to this day. I’ve always been self-conscious about my interviews, about my thinness, my tallness, my unattractiveness. My success — it still bewilders me. I never in my wildest dreams ever thought that maybe I’d be a great star.” Audrey Hepburn

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insanity-and-vanity:

"The blues are because you’re getting fat and maybe it’s been raining too long; you’re just sad that’s all. The mean reds are horrible. Suddenly you’re afraid and you don’t know what you’re afraid of. Do you ever get that feeling?"

Breakfast at Tiffany’s (1961)

mosammers:

"The beauty of a woman is not in a facial mode, but true beauty of a woman is reflected in her soul. It is the caring that she lovingly gives, the passion that she knows."
—Audrey Hepburn

mosammers:

"The beauty of a woman is not in a facial mode, but true beauty of a woman is reflected in her soul. It is the caring that she lovingly gives, the passion that she knows."

—Audrey Hepburn

rareaudreyhepburn:

Audrey Hepburn with Anne Frank’s father, Otto Frank and his second wife Fritzi, Bürgenstock, Switzerland, 1957.

“Anne Frank and I were born in the same year, lived in the same country, experienced the same war, except she was locked up and I was on the outside. Reading her diary was like reading my own experiences from her point of view.  I was quite destroyed by it… It was in a different corner of Holland, but all the events I experienced were so incredibly accurately described by her—not just what was going on on the outside, but what was going on on the inside of a young girl starting to be a woman…all in a cage. She expressed the claustrophobia, but transcends it through her love of nature, her awareness of humanity and her love—real love—of life.” - Audrey Hepburn speaks about Anne Frank.

paticmak:

Roman Holiday

paticmak:

Roman Holiday

Audrey Hepburn as Sabrina, 1954

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