Audrey Hepburn: her most iconic jewels
Even today, the myth of Audrey Hepburn resists fashions and the passage of time: Icon of charm, beauty and elegance, the diva has conquered (and still conquers today) thanks to her style choices, made of fashion pieces by Burberry, Valentino and Givenchy and her famous jewels.
Not only Breakfast at Tiffany's: Audrey has worn extraordinary ones in other less famous films as well.
Like the tiara used in Funny Face (1957), sophisticated and subtle, or the crown set, lobe earrings with brilliant pendant and necklace used in Roman holidays in 1953.
And again in Sabrina ('54), the diva sported a pair of earrings with a round pendant of great modernity for the time, while in My Fair Lady of '64 she exhibited a very valuable strangle necklace, combined with chandelier and tiara earrings with nobility effect.
Brilliant earrings starring in How to Steal a Million Dollars and Happy Living from 1966 combined with a black see-not-see mask on the eyes, and last but not least, its most famous outfit, precisely for the film Breakfast at Tiffany's in '61: a 5-row pearl necklace with a gold clasp, combined with sober and fascinating light points.
Magnificent jewels for an immortal diva.