RARE AUDREY HEPBURN GIVEAWAY!
On September 30, Warner Bros. Home Entertainment will remember Audrey Hepburn with the debut of a Blu-ray collection containing three of her most endearing films – Funny Face, Sabrina, and Breakfast at Tiffany’s.
In honor of this new Blu-Ray collection, Warner Bros. has generously donated one gift set to a very lucky Rare Audrey Hepburn fan!
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- This is a US only giveaway (my sincerest apologies)
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The winner will be announced next Tuesday on Oct 7th! I will announce the winner on my blog and leave a message for the lucky fan in their inbox. The only thing I require of the winner is a mailing address.
Best of Luck!
If you aren’t a fan of waiting purchase the Audrey Hepburn Collection [Blu-ray] now!
My Fair Lady will forever be my favorite Audrey movie :)
A young Audrey Hepburn and her Mother in Arnhem during the war, 1942.
"I had jaundice during that last six months. My mother and aunt and I ate very little. We ate a few turnips, we made flour from tulip bulbs, which is actually a very fine flour. In the winter there was nothing; in the spring we picked anything we could in the countryside….
I was very sick but didn’t realize it. It wasn’t until after the war that I started to realize how my mom must have suffered. She wanted to give me an orange or something. She often looked at me and said, ‘You look so pale.’ I thought she was just fussing, but now I understand how she must have felt.
I was given an outlook on life by my mother….It was frowned upon not to think of others first. It was frowned upon not to be disciplined….During the last winter of the war, we had no food whatsoever, and my aunt said to me, ‘Tomorrow we’ll have nothing to eat, so the best thing to do is stay in bed and conserve our energy.’ That very night, a member of the underground brought us food—flour, jam, oatmeal, cans of butter….When I hit rockbottom, there [was] always something there for me.” - Audrey Hepburn
Audrey Hepburn’s Beautiful Granddaughter Emma Ferrer
Grew Up: Florence, Italy and Los Angeles, CA. (via dailymail.co.uk)
Fashion Week sightings: Carolina Herrera, Ralph Lauren, MILLY, Versus, and Alexander Wang.
Her Parents: Sean Ferrer (Audrey Hepburn’s son with Mel Ferrer) and Leila Ferrer. The two are divorced.
Reason she loves NYC: “I walk down the streets of Manhattan and I get so energized,” she told the New York Post. According to the article, Ferrer plans on moving from Italy to NYC in December.
Latest accomplishment: Being the September cover star of Harper’s Bazaar
On the set of Breakfast at Tiffany’s
1957: A young Audrey Hepburn in the Paris Streets
Audrey Hepburn and Gregory Peck playing cards on the set of Roman Holiday
Audrey being made up
Audrey Hepburn in costume for The Secret People (1952) (via)
Rocking a now retro-looking dropped-waist Givenchy tulle and satin gown, Jo Stockton’s (Audrey Hepburn) tea-length wedding dress stole the show, and helped Hepburn earn her rightful place as a fashion icon