The trinkets of a true star
Audrey Hepburn fans will be captivated by the chance to peruse the late Hollywood star’s personal effects
Half a century after cinemagoers were first captivated by the sight of the elegant woman in evening dress, window-gazing at first light in the deserted streets of Manhattan while sipping coffee and eating her croissant, people are still arriving at 727 Fifth Avenue hoping to have breakfast at Tiffany’s.
Two sales this month chronicle the life of one of the best-loved screen legends of Hollywood’s Golden Age. Making their debut at auction, items from...
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