Every girl has a princess she looks up to. The chic side of me gravitates toward Audrey Hepburn. Part of her appeal lies in her fashion sense: silhouette-defining ensembles in monochromatic, primary colors complimented with bold accessories and the perfect red lip. Hepburn’s unwavering vision of her style helped to cement an amicable relationship with the designer that would help define Audrey as a twentieth-century style icon. Designer extraordinaire Hubert de Givenchy designed her wardrobe for Sabrina, Funny Face, Love in the Afternoon, Breakfast at Tiffany’s, Paris When it Sizzles,Charade, and How to Steal a Million. Audrey Hepburn’s little black dress from her memorable performance in the 1961 classic Breakfast at Tiffany’sinstantly became a style staple still present in every woman’s wardrobe.
Forty-nine years after Breakfast at Tiffany’s, Anne Hathaway paid homage to Hepburn’s iconic style in Vogue’s November 2010 issue. Gracing a flower and metal embroidered black Miu Miu radzimir tank, Hathaway seems lost in her own world … seemingly oblivious to all the attention she’s drawing from her dazzling array of accessories: Van Cleef and Arples diamond earrings, Cartier diamond and platinum necklace, Chopard diamond ring, Roger Vivier clutch with crystal buckle, and Boucheron diamond, pink sapphire, and ruby brooch fashioned into a hair accessory. Scroll down to see more photos of Anne’s glamorous photo shoot. You can also get a sneak peek behind Anne Hathaway’s day as Audrey, by checking out the edition of Vogue Diaries below.