Audrey Hepburn: Photographs 1953-1966, By Bob Willoughby


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"She exuded some magic warmth that was hers alone," gushes the Life magazine photographer and Hollywood portraitist Bob Willoughby in this book about his favourite subject, Audrey Hepburn.

"A forest creature who, before one's eyes, could transform herself into a princess." It may sound like hyperbole but in fact we do begin to see what he means. There's a whole chapter of pictures with her pet fawn, Pippin, in which she looks just like a Disney princess. And she's equally radiant in posed and unguarded shots alike. Left, she relaxes in her rented villa during the shoot for 1964's Paris When it Sizzles