The half-British half-Dutch dancer turned actress met with success during a Roman Holiday, in 1953, before becoming a passionate and dedicated humanitarian from the 1980s. Today, it has almost become cliché to admire her; women love to evoke her feline gracefulness, her understated elegance and iconic style: she epitomizes the little black dress, ballerina flats and cats’ eyes – all emphasized in the classic Breakfast at Tiffany's, in 1961. The actress also appeared in Charade, in 1963, My Fair Lady, in 1964 and Two For the Road, in 1967. Audrey Hepburn held a solid fashion taste intimately connected to her faithful friendship with the French couturier, Hubert de Givenchy who, during their first meeting for Sabrina's wardrobe, in 1954, had excitedly expected to meet the grand Katherine Hepburn before standing in front of a charming little brunette. A few years ago, as Givenchy told her he intended to commercialize the perfume he made just for her, Audrey answered "Je vous l'interdis!" and that was it. In 1957, L'Interdit by Givenchy was released.