You can never have too much Audrey Hepburn: Vanity Fair

Audrey Hepburn may have long passed from this earth, but that doesn’t mean her days on the magazine covers are over. Vanity Fair has gone back to the archives for their May 2013 issue, digitally colourising one of Bud Fraker’s portraits of Hepburn for the cover. In a ballerina bun and long white gloves, there’s no denying Audrey’s timeless grace and gamine femininity.

Vanity Fair Audrey Hepburn

It may not be new, but courtesy nostalgic and Hepburn’s iconic status, there’s a good chance plenty of non-regular readers will have their eyes drawn to the cover.

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