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Giveaway: To Audrey With Love

Giveaway: To Audrey with Love

Givenchy’s clothes are the only ones I feel myself in. He is more than a designer, he is a creator of personality. Audrey Hepburn


Audrey Hepburn and Hubert de Givenchy were tied by a unique friendship. Givenchy was fascinated by the unconventional nature of the Hollywood actress. Already at her first meeting she distinguished herself by her persistency, when Givenchy was supposed to tailor the clothes for the film Sabrina. Although he first refused, Audrey invited him to dinner – which was very unusual for the time back then. Finally, she could convince the couturier and a few clothes became the foundation of a deep friendship.


After the great success, Audrey told all film studios that Givenchy was her personal tailor. The first collaboration between an actress and a designer. He also curates the exhibition “To Audrey With Love”. Some of the most beautiful creations of Hubert de Givenchy, which she wore in her films or on occasions, are shown. Beautifully arranged with flowers and quotations. A tribute to the friendship to Audrey Hepbrun.

The exhibition “To Audrey With Love” can still be seen until 26 March 2017 at the Gemeente Museum in Den-Haag.



Opi dedicated a nail polish collection to the most famous film with Audrey Hepburn “Breakfast at Tiffany’s”. Radiant pink, deep black and of course a nail polish in the typical Tiffany turquoise can be found in the new collection. Would you like to win a set of 4 Miniature Nail Polishes? Do not hesitate and participate.


Everybody who leaves a comment on Poem of Style or / and Instagram or / and Facebook will automatically participate in the contest. Each comment increases your chance to win.

  • Everybody who lives in Switzerland, Germany or Austria and is over 18 years old can participate
  • The competition ends 30. January 2017 at 23.59
  • No cash substitution. Without possibility of recourse to legal action.
  • Delivery of the prize carried uninsured. In a possible damage or loss in the mail, I assume no liability
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