Audrey Hepburn was nearly 40 when she met Douglas Kirkland, the young magazine photographer who’d gotten famous taking pictures of Marilyn Monroe in bed for Life Magazine. In Paris to shoot promotional stills for Hepburn’s 1966 heist movie “How To Steal A Million,” Kirkland wound up leaving with one of his favorite images in a 60-year career: of the still girlish grande dame in a sixties beehive, glancing sideways and grinning as if she had the world’s greatest secret up her sleeve.
Douglas Kirkland – Audrey Hepburn Paris 1965
Artist: © Douglas Kirkland
Medium: Archival Pigment Print
Numbered and Signed by Douglas Kirkland
Edition: Edition of 24
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