Hi dears! My name is Sofia Motta, I'm from Oporto, Portugal, and I'm a 19-year-old Art student. I'm a small girl who loves vintage and retro stuff, the 50's and the 60's and old cinema and fashion. James Dean is my idol and Audrey Hepburn is my role model. Much love ♥

- I believe in pink -

"You call yourself a free spirit, a "wild thing," and you’re terrified somebody’s gonna stick you in a cage. Well baby, you’re already in that cage. You built it yourself. And it’s not bounded in the west by Tulip, Texas, or in the east by Somaliland. It’s wherever you go. Because no matter where you run, you just end up running into yourself."

Audrey Hepburn and Robert Wolders, 1980s.

"Sometimes, Audrey would become exasperated because Doris or somebody would say, ‘What do you do all day?’ We found that the day would fly by because the things we were involved with took a lot of time—the market, and so forth.  You cook a meal carefully, hours go into that.  For our own sake, but mostly for the dogs, we’d go to the lake and take our walks there.  On a Sunday afternoon, if the weather allowed, we would have a swim, take some sun—invariably, at some point, Audrey would disappear and come back with a basket of fruit or vegetables.” -Robert Wolders

Audrey Hepburn photographed with her one of her Jack Russell terriers.
Audrey was once asked what her perfect day looked like - this was her answer: 

"It’s going to sound like a thumping bore, but my idea of heaven is [having] Robert and my two sons at home —I hate separations— and the dogs, a good movie, a wonderful meal and great television all coming together.  I’m really blissful when that happens.  [My goal] was not to have huge luxuries.  As a child, I wanted a house with a garden, which I have today.  This is what I dreamed of.  I’d never worry about age if I knew I could go on being loved and having the possibility to love.  If I’m old and my husband doesn’t want me, or my children think me ugly and do not want me—that would be a tragedy.  So it isn’t age or even death that one fears, as much as loneliness and the lack of affection."

Audrey Hepburn at a party honouring her return to London after the filming of Roman Holiday, 1953.

Audrey Hepburn on the set of Funny Face photographed by Richard Avedon c. 1956

Funny Face (1957)

Audrey Hepburn, Rome, 1961 

Audrey Hepburn in Rome on the set of Roman Holiday

Audrey Hepburn in Roman Holiday (1953)