And now, a series of rare and captivating images of Audrey Hepburn will go on display in a breathtaking new exhibition: Beyond the Screen.
From magazine covers oozing Hollywood glamour, to candid portraits of the star at home, there's even a photograph of the star pulling a funny face while having her hair washed.
The images were taken by some of the most high-profile Hollywood photographers of the '50s and '60s, including Norman Parkinson, Bob Willoughby and Douglas Kirkland.
And the captivating portraits bring to life the many different sides of Hepburn – including her life behind closed doors.
Included in the collection are magazine shots taken from LIFE magazine and Glamour, as well as a snap of Hepburn with a dove perched on her shoulder.
From her perfectly groomed eyebrows to the signature fringe and bambi eyes, each image highlights Hepburn's timeless style and instantly mesmerising charm.
The exhibition – which will go on display this month at London's Proud Galleries – marks 25 years since the star's death at the age of 63.
From Roman Holiday to Always, Hepburn starred in 25 films throughout her life and even scooped a BAFTA, a golden globe and an Academy Award.
Later in life, she also became known for her dedication to humanitarian work.
Audrey Hepburn: Beyond the Screen will be displayed at London's Proud Galleries, from August 17 – September 30 2018.
Visit www.proud.co.uk for more information.
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