#AudreyAtChristies

    London – Christie’s flagship live and online auctions of the Personal Collection of Audrey Hepburn are a celebration of the life and career of arguably the most famous screen actress of the 20th Century, as seen through the lens of the objects she collected, used and loved. Following the initial announcement, a total of almost 500 lots will be offered in September 2017, across two auctions (Part I and Part II), providing a remarkable opportunity to explore Audrey Hepburn’s personal world, both on and off screen.

    Audrey Hepburn’s working script for the 1961 Paramount production Breakfast at Tiffany’s, dated 3 August 1960
    Bud Fraker (1916-2002) Audrey Hepburn
    A lipstick holder Cartier, second half of 20th century

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

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