Audrey Hepburn. Indisputably one of the greatest actresses the world has ever seen, and surely one of the most beautiful and graceful women we’ve ever laid eyes on.
Her movies are legendary as is her very own persona. And that is something we already discussed and agreed upon. Titles like Roman Holiday or Breakfast at Tiffany’s will always be pinned on top most of must – see – movies – in – a – lifetime lists. A replica or a variation of at least one of Audrey’s dresses should be in every woman’s wardrobe.
However, when one of Audrey Hepburn’s dresses was auctioned off, there were
no bidders bidders for the iconic item! The white lace dress worn by Audrey in Roman Holiday and later on for the Academy Awards (where she actually received an Oscar for Best Actress in the movie Roman Holiday), although which Audrey herself referred to as her “lucky dress” wasn’t able to raise any bids sold for apx $131,000 (at a Kerry – Anne auction held in London this very Tuesday). How is that possible? How’s that for accurate press these days? Thank you, Mr. Jon Moore for straightening out this mess!