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Large Collection of Audrey Hepburn Articles

Written by Christopher Alm • August 3rd, 2009
Large Collection of Audrey Hepburn Articles

Seeing it’s Monday and we all love Audrey Hepburn here’s a really swell collection of scanned Audrey articles from various magazines from all over the world. The creator of The Audrey Hepburn Library realized a long time ago that it was nearly impossible finding good source material that wasn’t already covered in biographies about her and other Audrey fans had often scanned only the photos from the articles and thus making them impossible to read.

Realizing this the collection was born out of desperation using eBay as the birth place. The collection is organized into separate pages by decade and by subject, so if you wish to dig deeper into the fashion of How to Steal a Million or want to study the lavish black evening gown from Breakfast at Tiffany’s, here’s your chance. Head on over to The Audrey Hepburn Library to browse the complete collection.

Which is your favorite Audrey Hepburn movie?

Christopher Alm

Christopher founded Ultra Swank in 2005. Has a crush on mid-century graphic design, defunct airlines, Disneyland and the Century 21 Exposition. Is a collector of easy listening music from the 60s and 70s and a Swedish expat living in Barcelona, Spain.

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  • Cam

    Yes, Lovely Audrey! ;) lots of favorites u know of…. ;)
    Breakfast at Tiff’s, Funny Face, How to Steal A Million and of course the breakthrough movie of hers Roman Holiday!

  • I already knew that Cam, even which is your favorite scene from Breakfast at Tiffany’s :)

  • Ooh, tons of Audrey goodness! What a lovely post! I’ll be on that website forever haha! Thank you for posting this Chris!



  • Steven

    Great post! The Hepburn library website is full of surprises, thank you. My favorite Hepburn movie is Charade.

  • KlaraTava

    I'll have to look into this! I am definitely someone who needs an Audrey fix periodically, and every biography certainly is filled with information I've already known. Hardly any photo I haven't see, either, and I've owned every film… my favorites are actually not as commonly referenced… i.e. Two For the Road is my true favorite. Of course Charade and Funny Face are excellent… and How To Steal A Million is rather kitschy :-)

  • LisaMonroe

    Hi there! Great article I think there are many people who would like to read everything you have to read. Nice collection i have to admit even though I'm not a woman.
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