Pieces From Audrey Hepburn’s Wardrobe To Be Auctioned In London

imageA collection of immaculately preserved clothing worn by Audrey Hepburn will be up for auction at London’s Royal Opera Arcade on December 8th. Pieces include a Givenchy haute couture black chantilly lace dress she wore in the 196 film ‘How To Steal A Million’ as well as her wedding dress, designed by the Fontana sisters in Italy. The lot also includes photographs, letters, and accessories worn by the actress and fashion icon. Half of the proceeds from this event will benefit the Audrey Hepburn Children’s Fund and Unicef to help the millions of children worldwide who are without a basic education. Even if you can’t make it to London or dream of making a bid, you can still browse through the phenomenal collection online at Kerry Taylor Auctions, starting with lot 283.

Passion for Fashion and Fine Textiles, including an important Audrey Hepburn collection, 2 PM, December 8, La Galleria, Royal Opera Arcade, Pall Mall, London SW1; 020 8676 4600

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