Book review and give-away – Audrey: The 60s New book Audrey: The 60s (David Wills and Stephen Schmidt, Wills, available now) offers a wonderful insight into Audrey Hepburn’s style and beauty during a decade she made some of her best-loved films. The authors have compiled more than two hundred photos which they have paired with quotes from friends, photographers, designers, work associates and Audrey herself. Whether you are an avid Audrey fan, a lover of the Sixties or a cinema buff, the many images – often previously unpublished – taken by friends or from films sets such as Breakfast at Tiffany’s, Charade, My Fair Lady, and How to Steal a Million and Two for the Road make this book truly special and take it beyond coffee table territory. You can now win a copy of Audrey: The 60s! Simply leave a comment below telling us your favourite Hepburn film. The winner will be picked at random at midday on Saturday, 8 December 2012. There is no cash alternative. Good luck! 57 Responses Ewa November 29th, 2012 I would love to see the pictures in the book! My favorite Hepburn film will definitely be Roman Holiday! Reply lili November 29th, 2012 Breakfast At Tiffany’s! Reply Marie Atkinson November 29th, 2012 Breakfast at Tiffanys is my all time favourite film of Audrey Hepburn. Then again so many to choose from the style icon. Reply sharon keaveney November 29th, 2012 my fair lady Reply Dörthe Dolata November 29th, 2012 How to steal a million 🙂 Reply julie johnson November 29th, 2012 Breakfast at Tiffanys Reply Kristine November 29th, 2012 Wow! It would be a lovely surprise 🙂 The favorite of mines is 1964 ‘My Fair Lady’ Kristy Reply Anne Marie Bell November 29th, 2012 My Fair Lady. It made me believe I could be better than what people thought I could be. I’m now 42 years old and years laterI am still loving myself and everyone around me because of this movie.. What an amazing woman Audrey was and still is in my life.. Reply Vicky Axelson November 29th, 2012 My Fair Lady – that ‘race course’ scene when she is dressed head to toe in white Cecil Beaton…… Reply Sarah OConnor November 29th, 2012 How to Steal a Million is one of my favourites! Absolutely love the Givenchy outfits. Reply jaele November 29th, 2012 Breakfast at Tiffany’s. Because her style in that film has become iconic in the history of fashion 🙂 Reply Ehran Edwards November 29th, 2012 Favourite Audrey film is Charade. I love her fashion, her flirtatiousness and her relationship with Cary Grant. Reply Jen Gray November 29th, 2012 My favourite Audrey Hepburn film is the first film I remember on tv is Breakfast at Tiffanys, I feel in love with her she was so ellegent and stylish I had never seen anything like it before the costume’s were stunning that I now own a similair out fit to one Audrey Hepburn wore standing outside Tiffany and Co, I was one of many film’s that inspired me to become a vintage lover as an adult, I also have special memorie’s of the song moon river which was playing on a radio in the hospital as I was being born and I alway’s hear it on my birthday, it was a favourite song to of my mother as when young she had bother with her leg’s and when she was getting her callaper off the doctor was singing moon river to her, Aswell as being a great film everytime I watch it I remember my mum. Reply Beverly November 29th, 2012 My favourite Audrey Hepburn film is Breakfast at Tiffany’s, love how she shows you can be any one you want to be , , Reply Charissa van der Vlies November 29th, 2012 Hmm a tie between How to Steal A Million and Roman Holiday! Love Audrey! Reply Natalie Turner November 29th, 2012 It”s a toss up between Sabrina and Charade. The clothes in both films are so divine! In Sabrina, there’s Humphrey Bogart, and in Charade, it’s Cary Grant. Too hard to pick! Great giveaway xx Reply Jamillah November 29th, 2012 My Fair Lady, from bare beginnings she transformed to glamour and sophistication, and when I grow up that’s just what I want to do. Reply kaylovesvintage November 29th, 2012 the perfect winter book Reply catia Wesolowska November 29th, 2012 Always Breakfast at Tiffany’s! Beautiful, funny, elegant! Reply Angela Carew November 29th, 2012 Love in the Afternoon. Reply Bessie November 29th, 2012 I absolutely love Paris When It Sizzles. Audrey and William Holden are so good together! Reply Layla Li November 29th, 2012 Ooh tough call… My favourite has to be Roman Holiday (Gregory Peck! Swoon…) Although Two For The Road is a very close second place. Reply Eva November 29th, 2012 Breakfast at Tiffany’ s!! Reply Liz Cocker November 29th, 2012 Charade! Audrey and Cary Grant!! Two fashion icons!! Reply Kara November 29th, 2012 Most definitely “How to steal a million” It is iconically 1960’s in the fashion, hairstyles, make up, jewellery and cars! Givenchy at his best with his favourite muse, Some of the most amazing jewellery ever by Cartier ( her eye watering engagement ring ) and also I think I am right in saying the first time Wellington boots have been worn as a fashion statement. Reply Kerry-Ann Stanley November 29th, 2012 Breakfast at Tiffanys Reply Carmelita November 29th, 2012 2 favorites: Breakfast at Tiffany’s and Paris When it Sizzles Reply Shawntay November 29th, 2012 I love Roman Holiday, but Breakfast at Tiffany’s in my number one favorite of Audrey. Reply Adrian Coggon November 29th, 2012 Charade Reply Chas November 29th, 2012 Breakfast at Tiffanys Reply Sean MacKenzie November 29th, 2012 My fair lady! Reply Janel Connell November 29th, 2012 I loved My Fair Lady because she showed such diverse acting of roles in that film. She was very talented and could pull of any character with grace and charm. Reply Amy Cruttenden November 29th, 2012 It has to be Breakfast at Tiffany’s. So wonderful to watch time after time… Reply Lani November 29th, 2012 Breakfast at Tiffany’s! My fiance and I even did a Breakfast at Tiffany’s engagement photo shoot, which got published on a wedding blog called Borrowed & Bleu, here! http://www.borrowedandbleu.com/real-weddings/real-couple-lani-kevins-breakfast-at-tiffanys-engagement/ Reply Jo November 29th, 2012 I could not choose between Roman holiday and Breakfast at Tiffany’s !! Reply Mary Ault November 29th, 2012 Breakfast at Tiffany’s. It shaped my whole life. I was 7 yrs old, it was during Hurricane Donna. My husband is a ringer for “Fred”. My late cat, Dorito, was a ringer for “Cat” There’s more, but everyday I see more that influenced my life. She was a gracious, lovely, talented woman, who left too soon. But, oh what a collection of work! Funny Face is my second favorite. Now to go climb out the window and sit on the fire escape! Reply Cindy P. November 29th, 2012 How to steal a million. Reply Angela November 29th, 2012 What a great book! My favourite Audrey film is Breakfast at Tiffanys. Reply Marie Zschommler November 29th, 2012 Breakfast at Tiffany’s… Although I can never really decide… She just has that special “Audrey- Style” in all her films… 🙂 Reply Melissa November 29th, 2012 I love Audrey! This book looks like such fun! My favorite Audrey film would be Funny Face, I think. I love all of her movies! It’s so hard to choose just one. Reply Margaret November 30th, 2012 Definitely Breakfast at Tiffany’s Reply Dimitra November 30th, 2012 Great giveaway!! I think my favourite movie is funny face. She is stunning in this one! Reply Lisa-marie November 30th, 2012 It’s probably every bodies but you can’t beat breakfast T tiffanys! Reply Kim November 30th, 2012 Audrey Hepburn has always been one of my favourite style icons. My favourite film of hers would have to be Roman Holiday…! Reply Kerren Harris November 30th, 2012 Paris when it sizzles Reply Ali Cook November 30th, 2012 Funny Face – all those gorgeous outfits – and that fab scene in the nightclub – divine! Reply Sharleen Rayner November 30th, 2012 My daughter and I just recently watched My Fair Lady and were quite amazed at the 60’s fashion style being incorporated into the period clothing. Great movie!! Reply Gingersyd December 1st, 2012 Two for the Road – awesome outfits and clever anysis o f marriage all against the backdrop of four different raid trips through Europe. Plus Albert Finney was hot. Reply Alessia December 1st, 2012 Two for the road, 1967! Reply Lizzie December 1st, 2012 I really need to see more of the films, but ‘breakfast at Tiffany’s’ is a classic. Reply KAthy S December 2nd, 2012 Definitely Breakfast at Tiffanys Reply Ciara M December 3rd, 2012 Oooh I think it’s between Roman Holiday and Charade. I love the relationship between her co stars, Gregory Peck and Carey Grant. I can never decide if I prefer 50’s Audrey or 60’s Audrey! Two for the Road is also one of my favourites. Reply Lita December 4th, 2012 Audrey is my absolute style icon and this book looks amazing! My favourite Audrey film is ‘Sabrina’. I even used Audrey’s Sabrina style for my wedding ^_^ Reply Hari December 4th, 2012 Funny Face! Reply Melissa December 5th, 2012 Such a hard decision, but I’d have to say “Charade.” Audrey and Cary Grant — a perfect combination! Reply Janet Webster December 6th, 2012 Charade – gorgeous Audrey, suave Carey Grant and shot in Paris. Feast for the eyes – and a great story too Reply Karl Stedman December 7th, 2012 It has to be My Fair Lady, Audrey is fab and the clothes…………well, what can you say about those! Reply Leave a Reply Cancel Reply Your email address will not be published.CommentName* Email* Website Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email.