Here is a once in a lifetime chance to acquire personal items treasured by the acting and fashion legend and humanitarian, Audrey Hepburn. This September, Christie’s in London will offer collectors a series of personal items owned by one of the most beloved stars in the history of film and fashion. The auctions will include Audrey Hepburn’s extensive personal wardrobe and her own annotated copies of film scripts from her best-loved films, including Breakfast at Tiffany’s. They will also include original portraits by major photographers from her personal archive, the majority of which date from between 1953 and 1968 when she was at the height of her screen career.
The collection of memorabilia and letters offers an intimate snapshot of the life of a true Hollywood great.
The Personal Collection of Audrey Hepburn will be presented at a flagship auction at Christie’s King Street headquarters in London on 27 September, alongside an online sale (19 September until 3 October).
This is the first time these personal items, which have remained in the ownership of Audrey Hepburn’s family, have been offered for sale. The collection will be on view to the public in an exhibition at Christie’s King Street, London, from 23 September.