“Nothing very bad could happen to you there,” Audrey Hepburn’s elusive Holly Golightly tells George Peppard’s Paul Varjak in “Breakfast at Tiffany’s.” “The quietness…
What is it about it that demands space in every woman’s closet? And what’s the men’s wear equivalent? Diva Debbi conjures some answers.
When it came to class, Audrey Hepburn was in a class by herself.
The clipped, cultured voice, the dark, brimming features that had us at “Roman Holiday,” the sylph silhouette that could be elegant in casual Capri pants or Givenchy coutur