Photographer Michael Ochs’s portraits of the Audrey Hepburn and Mel Ferrer, shot just outside Paris in 1956.
Audrey and I met in a seductive ambience [in] a very sensual time in the Mediterranean. We got on immediately. After the first day’s rehearsals, I could tell that the relationship would work out wonderfully. Either the chemistry is there or it isn’t…That happened with Audrey. Performing with Audrey was quite disturbing, actually…With a woman as sexy as Audrey, you sometimes get to the edge where make-believe and reality are blurred—all that staring into each other’s eyes…I won’t discuss it more because of the degree of intimacy involved. The time spent with Audrey is one of the closest I’ve ever had. —Albert Finney
The actress Audrey Hepburn surrounded by a battery of press photographers and photographed by Luciano Mellace at a press conference about her new film “The Nun’s Story” in Rome (Italy), on October 07, 1959.
Audrey was wearing:
- Suit: Pierre Cardin (coat and skirt of wool, brown background with “pied de coq” in dark green, of his collection for the Autumn/Winter 1959/60).
The legendary on-again off-again kissing scene between Cary Grant and Ingrid Bergman was designed to skirt the Hayes Code that restricted kisses to no more than three seconds each.
Anthony Hopkins, Audrey Hepburn and John Gielgud at the Bafta Awards in 1992.
Audrey Hepburn and Mel Ferrer join Edith Head’s birthday celebration, 1956