Breakfast At TIffany’s Page 1
A collaboration with Target makeup artists means a fresh face for a familiar character, played by Emilia Clarke.
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.
Being invited to breakfast at Tiffany‘s is sort of like being invited to have tea with a head of state. It’s fancy and it’s probably only going to happen to you once (if it even happens at all), and because of that you don’t want to muck it up. So Wednesday morning, when we went to have pancakes at the Fifth Avenue flagship store of America’s most beloved luxury goods house, we put on our best behavior, our favorite loafers, and crossed our fingers in the hopes that we’d remember which knife we were supposed to use for butter.