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Audrey Hepburn, Icon of Style

Audrey Hepburn war er in die Wiege gelegt, und er sollte sie unsterblich machen: der eigene Stil. Hubert de Givenchy, französischer Modeschöpfer, dessen Marke heute zur LVMH-Gruppe zählt und mit dem Audrey eine lebenslange enge Freundschaft verband, sagt über sie:

“She was capable of enhancing alI my creations. And often ideas would come to me when I had her on my mind. She always knew what she wanted and what she was aiming for. It was like that from the very start. Here was something in her smile, in her eyes, in her timeless and natural elegance. Audrey had a big personality. In the choice of her dresses, in wearing them with such elegance, chic, and simplicity. In a very personal way, she created her own look - 'The Hepburn Style.”

Getragen hat Audrey nicht nur das coole kleine Schwarze von Hubert de Givenchy in Breakfast at Tiffany’s. Sie trug Givenchys Kleider in Sabrina und quer durch ihre ganze Filmkarriere.

“Audrey Hepburn: beloved actress, icon of style, devoted mother, humanitarian and spokesperson for the children of the world.” Link zu einer umfassenden Darstellung über Audrey Hepburn

Emotionen als Grundpfeiler der Baustrategie

Die neuen Verwaltungsbauten der Luxusartikelhersteller, wie auch die Points-of-Sales haben immer ein Hauptanliegen: sie sollen das Innerste der Marke preisgeben, dem Kunden, besser: der Kundin das Gefühl vermitteln, er/sie könne durch den Kauf eines Luxusgutes, ein Stück dieser Marke, ihres Glanzes und der besonderen Verkaufsatmosphäre mit nach Hause nehmen. Eine solche Überlegung regte 1958 Truman Capote dazu an, seine Protagonistin Holly Golightly in „Breakfast at Tiffany’s“ von der Atmosphäre bei Tiffany schwärmen zu lassen. Die arglose, melancholische Achtzehnjährige träumt von einem eigenen Zuhause, „that made me feel like Tiffany’s“ . (Capote, Truman: Breakfast at Tiffany’s, London 1964 (EA 1958), 40-41). Sie ist beeindruckt von der „quietness and the proud look of it“, und sie fügt hinzu: „nothing very bad could happen you there, not with those nice men with their nice suits, and that lovely smell of silver and alligator wallets.”

"I don't want to own anything until I find a place where me and things go together.  I'm not sure where that is, but I know what it's like. It's like Tiffany's."

 "When I get it the only thing that does any good is to jump into a cab and go to Tiffany's. Calms me down right away."

"If I could find a real life place to make me feel like Tiffany's, then I'd buy some furniture and give the cat a name."

Audrey Hepburn is Holly Golightly in "Breakfast at Tiffany's"

The more symbolic name Holly Golightly: she is a woman who makes a holiday of life, but treads through it lightly.

Tiffany & Co., the famous New York jewelry store where Holly eats breakfast in the scene under the opening titles, is located at 727 Fifth Avenue at 57th Street in New York City.

The following was written by Audrey Hepburn, who was asked to share beauty tips:

“The beauty of a woman is not in the clothes she wears, the figure that she carries, or the way she combs her hair. The beauty of a woman must be seen from her eyes, because that is the doorway to her heart, the place where love resides.”

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