Vintage Photos of Audrey Hepburn in Breakfast at Tiffany’s (1961)

Breakfast at Tiffany’s is a 1961 American romantic comedy film starring Audrey Hepburn as the naïve, eccentric café society girl Holly Golightly. It is loosely based on the novella of the same name by Truman Capote.

One early morning, a yellow taxi pulls up at Tiffany & Co. on Fifth Avenue in New York City, from which elegantly dressed Holly Golightly emerges. Standing outside the shop looking into the windows, she nibbles on pastry and drinks coffee she brought with her, then strolls home to go to bed…

BREAKFAST AT TIFFANY'S, Audrey Hepburn, 1961

Audrey Hepburn in Breakfast at Tiffany’s, 1961 via

BREAKFAST AT TIFFANY'S, Audrey Hepburn, 1961

Audrey Hepburn in Breakfast at Tiffany’s, 1961 via

BREAKFAST AT TIFFANY'S, Audrey Hepburn, 1961

Audrey Hepburn in Breakfast at Tiffany’s, 1961 via

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Audrey Hepburn in Breakfast at Tiffany’s, 1961 via

Amazing Vintage Photos of 1960s Film Premiers

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Arthur Miller, Simone Signoret, Yves Montand et Marilyn Monroe at the Premiere of Let’s Make Love directed by George Cukor, 1960


Vivian Maier, Kirk Douglas at the premiere of the movie Spartacus, Chicago, October 1960

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Sean Connery, Phyllis Newman and conductor Leonard Bernstein t the premiere of the James Bond movie Dr. NO directed by Terence Young, 1962

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Peter O’Toole with Omar Sharif at the premiere of Lawrence d’ Arabia, Hollywood, 1962


Sue Lyon at the premiere of Lolita directed by Stanley Kubrick, 1962

Michelangelo Antonioni, Monica Vitti

Monica Vitti with Michelangelo Antonioni at the première of 8 1/2 directed by Federico Fellini, Roma, February 13, 1963


Burt Lancaster, Claudia Cardinale and Alain Delon at the Il gattopardo premiere, 1963


Bob Cummings, Shirley MacLaine and Gene Kelly take the subway to the 1964 World’s Fair for the world premiere of their film What a way to go !


Audrey Hepburn and Mel Ferrer at the film premiere of My Fair Lady, Audrey Hepburn is wearing a Givenchy gown, 1964


Judy garland and Liza Minnelli at Flora, The Red Menace Premiere, 1965

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Don Bessant, Julie Christie, Dirk Bogarde and Monica Vitti at the première of Darling by John Schlesinger, London, 1965


Director David Lean, Julie Christie, Geraldine Chaplin and Omar Sharif at the premiere of Doctor Zhivago, 1965


Peter O’Toole and The Queen Mother at the premiere of Lord Jim directed by Richard Brooks, 1965


Luchino Visconti, Claudia Cardinale and Jean Sorel at the premiere of Sandra, 1965


Jean-Luc Godard, Edie Constantine and Anna Karina at the Alphaville premiere, 1965. Photo by Raymond Depardon © Magnum Photos

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David Bailey, Catherine Deneuve, Françoise Dorleac and Clint Eastwood at the premiere of Les Demoiselles de Rochefort directed by Jacques Demy, 1967

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Faye Dunaway and Warren Beatty at the premiere of Bonnie and Clyde directed by Arthur Penn, 1967

Amazing Vintage Photos of Fashion Models Wearing Givenchy (1952)


Ivy Nicholson in Hubert de Givenchy Hat, photographed by Nat Farbman, 1952 via


Bettina Graziani in Hubert de Givenchy Ensemble, photographed by Nat Farbman, 1952 via


Ivy Nicholson, Sophie Malgat and Bettina Graziani in Givenchy’s interchangeable tops and skirts, photographed by Nat Farbman, 1952 via


Ivy Nicholson, Sophie Malgat and Bettina Graziani in Hubert de Givenchy Tops en Skirts, photographed by Nat Farbman, 1952 via

Vintage Photos by Renowned Fashion Photographer Frank Horvat

Frank Horvat was born in Opatija in 1928, that was then Italy and is now Croatia. He studied art in Milan; a meeting in 1951 with photographer Henri Cartier-Bresson decided his fate as a photojournalist. Today he is best known for his fashion photography, published between the mid 1950s and the end of the 1980s.


Untitled by Frank Horvat, 1962 via


Judy Dent, Yorkshire, for Vogue UK, by Frank Horvat, 1961 via


Françoise Sagan, writer, Paris by Frank Horvat, 1959 via


Fashion in Streets by Frank Horvat via


Deborah Dixon & Marcello Mastroianni, Rome, by Frank Horvat for Harper´s Bazar, 1962 via


Paris, for Élegance, Judy Dent by Frank Horvat, 1961 via

Edie Sedgwick For Vogue (1966)


Edie Sedgwick wearing a bodysuit by Venus and flower studded stockings by Givenchy, photographed by Gianni Penati for Vogue, 1966 via


Edie Sedgwick wearing a bodysuit by Venus and flower studded stockings by Givenchy, photographed by Gianni Penati for Vogue, 1966 via

A Collection of Vintage Fashion Photography From the 1950s


‘Black and White’, Mary Jane Russell, Le Pavillon, New York, Harper’s Bazaar, 1950 by Lillian Bassman via


Henry Clarke, Suzy Parker wearing Givenchy, 1952 via


Lisa Fonssagrives in Charles James Suit, photographed by Horst P. Horst for Vogue, 1950 via


Carmen Dell’Orefice in Paris, 1950s, photo by Richard Avedon via


Dorian Leigh wearing Madame Grés by Henry Clarke in 1955 via


Traina-Norell dress 1957, photo by Karen Radkai (model could be Sunny Harnett) via

Vintage Photographs of Amazing Movie Wedding Dresses

Claudette Colbert. It Happened One Night, 1934 via


Olivia de Havilland. They Died With Their Boots On, 1941 via


Joan Fontaine. Jane Eyre, 1943 via

Gene Tierney 1946. The Razor’s Edge, 1946 via

Audrey Hepburn. Funny Face, 1957 via

Marilyn Monroe. Gentlemen Prefer Blondes, 1953 via

Gina Lollobrigida. Come September, 1961 via

A Collection of Photos Feat. Audrey Hepburn Wearing Givenchy

Audrey Hepburn and Hubert de Givenchy first met in 1953. Givenchy was meant to design the costumes for Hepburn’s film, Sabrina. At the time, Givenchy was still a new designer. He had opened the House of Givenchy in Paris in 1952, and at 25 years old, was the youngest fashion designer on the Paris fashion scene at the time. Hepburn, too, was just starting her career at the time. When Givenchy was told that “Miss Hepburn” would be coming to see him about the film costumes, he was expecting to meet Katherine Hepburn (an already-established actress, with no relationship to Audrey Hepburn).

Givenchy had later reflected on that first meeting with Hepburn saying, “there, framed in the doorway, was this beautiful, tiny, skinny person who appeared very fragile, with huge doe eyes, wearing a small pullover, trousers in fabric from Vichy.” Her attire intrigued him, as did her frame, which was unusually small compared to most fashion models of the time. Givenchy was in the middle of designing a collection and was unsure whether he could make the wardrobe for Sabrina. But after Hepburn tried on a few of the dresses he had already made, Givenchy knew he had to design for her. He continued to design the costumes for almost every one of Audrey Hepburn’s future films, at Hepburn’s request (source).


Audrey Hepburn and Mel Ferrer attend the Netherlands’ premiere of Sabrina, November 1954. For their first official film collaboration, Givenchy knew his sketches needed to impress. The result was a whole wardrobe of stunning costumes including this embroidered organza evening gown via


Audrey Hepburn wearingin the same Givenchy ball gown that she wore in the film Sabrina. Photograph by Jack Garofalo via


At the Academy Awards, 1954 Audrey Hepburn won best actress for her first major film role, as Princess Ann in 1953’s Roman Holiday. To collect the gong, she recycled her costume from the film, asking her new friend Givenchy to alter it for the red carpet via


It was also the first time audiences saw Audrey wearing a Givenchy gown but definitely not the last. The actress and couturier developed a friendship that lasted over 40 years via


Hubert and Audrey during a dress fitting for the quintessential wedding gown Audrey wore in Funny Face directed by Stanley Donen, 1956 via


The dress started the trend for tea length wedding dresses via

Elegant Vintage Fashion Photos: 1950s Veiled Hats


Irving Penn, Model Jean Patchett in black and white hat with veil, scarf and top, Vogue, 1950 via


Jacques Fath, Hat with Veil, photographed by Willy Maywald, 1951


Lillian Marcuson in Lily Dache hat, photo by Milton Greene, 1951 via


Mary Jane Russell photo by Larry Gordon, 1952 via


Ivy Nicholson © Room wearing Givenchy’s stiff-veiled circlet, Photo Nat Farbman, 1952 via


Bettina Graziani Photo by Georges Dambier via