This is another one of those 60s movies that refuse to leave my consciousness. I guess I just have a soft spot for sparkling, frothy films that feature beautiful people in beautiful places (especially if it involves intrigue, art and a Paris locale). The story is really light as a feather, but there are three major things about this movie that I keep dreaming of:
1. The Beauty of Peter O'Toole. Was he ever more handsome and romantic?
|The start of my love affair with those blue eyes |
and a series of swinging 60s Brits
2. The beauty of Audrey Hepburn. Dig that eye shadow!
|From the moment I saw her, she was my idol|
3. The fabulosity of Audrey's wardrobe. Everything I ever learned about fashion, I learned from Audrey.
|Dressed for a drive|
|Love this "Cat Woman" look - totally ready for a caper!|
|What a couple - and especially love the pattered tights.|
|The blazer, gold button and scarf are just divine - |
as are those matching patterned tights
|Audrey looked so pretty in yellow - |
and white patterned tights - how 60s!
Every movie doesn't have to be a work of genius, right? Sometimes, it's just fun to remember how much fun you had at the movies.