By Cat Penn on Jul 10 2015
As one of the most photographed women in the world, you probably think you know this lady from every angle. She’s one of the most iconic faces ever seen yet still has more to show, even 21 years after her death.
A new exhibition opened at the National Portrait Gallery on the 2nd July shows parts of the actresses life never seen before, giving you a glimpse in to the woman behind the name. Showing snaps from her early life as a chorus girl in the West End to her later life and philanthropic work, Audrey Hepburn: Portraits of an Icon, allows the audience closer to Hepburn than ever before.
The exhibition shows works by photographers such as Richard Avedon and Terry O’Neil, a seriously stunning collection that is sure to bring out the Hepburn fan in all of us.