Writer FRANCESCA FEBO
It’s been 22 years since Audrey Hepburn, actress and beauty icon from the golden age of Hollywood passed away.
Two decades after her death, her persona still fascinates the public.
London’s National Portrait Gallery has announced a photography exhibition called: “Audrey Hepburn: Portraits of an icon”, dedicated to the actress.
Precisely, in the very same building that features now the archives from the gallery, 65 years ago, is where “Ciro’s” was, the famous nightclub where the actress made her debut as a ballerina.
Audrey’s children, Luca Dotti and Sean Ferrer, have donated 35 personal pictures of their beloved mother. Thus, the pictures featured in the exhibit will be completely exclusive.
The exhibit began on July 2nd and will last until 2015’s October 28th.