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 -


Audrey Hepburn Dotti photographed by Elio Sorci when she was choosing flowers in the Piazza di Spagna in Rome (Italy), in March 1969.
Audrey was wearing:
Dress: Léonard (of wool jersey printed with a drawing in the oriental style in white, navy blue, black and violet, of the collection for the Spring/Summer of 1968).
Belt: Yves Saint Laurent (of his collection for the Spring/Summer of 1967).
Sunglasses: Oliver Goldsmith.

Audrey and Mel in Malibu,1956

Audrey Hepburn walking Mr Famous around Trinità dei Monti, 1958.
Audrey Hepburn in Funny Face (1957).

One of the first portraits of Audrey Hepburn taken after the liberation of Holland, 1946.

"We were in our cellar, where we’d been for weeks.  Our area was being liberated practically house to house, and there was lots of shooting and shelling from over the river and constant bombing: explosions going on all night….Once in a while you’d go up and see how much of your house was left, and then you’d go back under again.  Then early in the morning all of the sudden there was total silence.  Everybody said, my God, now what’s happening?  We listened for a while, and strangely enough, I thought I could hear voices and some singing—and I smelt English cigarettes.
We crept upstairs to the front door, opened it very carefully and to our amazement, our house was completely surrounded by English soldiers, all aiming their guns at us.  I screamed with happiness, seeing all these cocky figures with dirty bright faces and shouted something in English.  The corporal or sergeant walked up to me, and in a very gentle English voice—so different from all the German shouting we’d been used to—said, “We hear you have a German radio station in your house and we’ve come to take it away.  We’re sorry to disturb you.” I laughed and said, “Go right on disturbing us.”  Then a cheer went up that they’d liberated an English girl.  I was the only one for miles.” - Audrey Hepburn
Audrey Hepburn photographed by Mel Ferrer, c.1954.

Audrey Hepburn photographed by Howell Conant in Bürgenstock (Switzerland), in February 1962


(via Audrey Hepburn in Paris, 1962 | Audrey Hepburn | Pinterest)

Paris, Audrey

Audrey Hepburn on the beach at Rottingdean, East Sussex, 1951