The pink suit she was wearing on the day of her husband’s assassination has gone down in history as one of the most iconic outfits of all time, and is a staple 1960s fashion look.
How do we love Audrey Heburn’s amazing 1960s fashion and style? First it was that 1961 that put little black dresses back on the fashion map, teamed with movie star shades and a top-handle bag which won over our hearts.
We love the fact she carried basket bags before they became a major trend circa SS17.
Today, we can thank the decade for culottes, geometric prints and boxy silhouettes. The essential ingredients of her good-girl-gone-bad aesthetic were lashings of eyeliner, chandelier earrings, mini mod dresses with sheer black tights and a crop of platinum hair – one day to be celebrated by Sienna Miller in the film .
No 1960s fashion round-up would be complete without mentioning Twiggy, real name Lesley Hornby.
Bob hairstyles were huge for 1920s fashion, but this girl cemented an even short hairstyle‘s place in history – the pixie crop.
One of the greatest muses of all time, Twiggy quickly rose to supermodel fame, thanks to her paint ’em on thick eyelashes and the boyish style celebrity hairdresser Leonard chopped for her in ’66.