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From pinup portraits to political photo ops, airbrushing has been around forever. But despite excessive evidence to the contrary, we never cease to be surprised by the willy-nilly way it’s overused. And now it turns out that even the ever flawless Audrey Hepburn once fell victim to its revisionist charms.
In honor of its 90th birthday, French Vogue dug through its archives to find the magazine’s 50 best covers. You can check them all out over at their website, but we’ve chosen our five favorite.
It looks like Anne Hathaway has joined the ranks of impossibly beautiful actresses who have shorn their locks for their latest role. Let’s take a look at other starlets who have eschewed trailing tresses for a shorter look.
This week’s fashion news was full of good haircuts (like Julian Assange‘s), bad accounting (like American Apparel‘s) and even worse outfits from the past (like, well, just keep reading). If you’ve missed any fashion news this week, read on.
What does one do to become a breakthrough star? Simple: show up to a screen test in an androgynous number that’s eerily reminiscent of Phillip Lim’s tuxedo-chic aesthetic — at least, that’s what Audrey Hepburn did for her 1953 audition for “Roman Holiday.”
Sometimes enough is enough. So excuse us while we attempt to completely ignore photographer Terry Richardson‘s latest female-debasing perversions and opt for something a little lighter. In other words, we’re taking the high road, and quite literally, thanks to these amazing snaps from a new Philippe Halsman exhibition at the Laurence Miller Gallery called Jump.
In a survey conducted by The Radio Times, a group of 1,000 men and and 1,000 women were asked to name their favorite female film roles. Not surprisingly, the ladies chose the powerful, independent characters, and the men noted the sexy bikini-clad hotties. So, in an homage to the ladies of the silver screen, we present you with seven of our favorite and most fashionable film heroines.