Wednesday, 20 March 2013

5th Avenue, 5am.

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At the weekend, I finally got around to finishing one of the Audrey Hepburn books I was recently sent.  For any Audrey Hepburn or Breakfast at Tiffany's fan, this book is an absolute must. It gives a magical glimpse into the behind the scenes making of this iconic film. It provided me with very desirable snippets of information about the writers, producers, directors and actors of the film - the decision-making that led to one of the most iconic films in our history, decisions that could so easily not have been made and film history not manufactured in quite the wonderful way that we know it to be today.


  1. I Love this! I am totally going to buy the book, and watch roman holiday when I go home (I watched breakfast at tiffanys at the weekend)

    Thanks for the suggestion!

    Kisses xx

  2. The old fashion glamour we all aspire to recreate in our own little way! If only!!

  3. I've never seen the film but its on my list, I have been listening to the audio this week whilst I'm designing and now I really want to see the film!

  4. What a lovely looking book! I enjoy knowing little secrets and facts about things like this. Thanks for the teaser :) <3

  5. This book look just up my street!


  6. This book looks amazing, I love seeing how films were made!

    Maria xxx

  7. what a beautiful book, it'd be so interesting to read if you were visiting new york and could go to all the different places they mention in it. you're a lucky lady to have been sent it! :)

    little henry lee


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