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Thank you GP for capturing the quiet before the storm of the Scion AV Installation “Carrot Field”

The actress Audrey Hepburn photographed with the actor William Holden by Vincent Rossell near the Eiffel Tower (in French: “La Tour Eiffel”), during a break in the filming of their new movie “Paris - When It Sizzles”. Paris (France), October 1962.

Audrey was wearing:

  • CoatGivenchy (of beige wool with buttons of resin in the same color, of his collection for the Autumn/Winter 1959/60).

Note: Her hairstyle was created and done by Alexandre de Paris.

The actress Audrey Hepburn photographed by Vincent Rossell in Paris (France), during a break in the filming of “Paris - When It Sizzles”, in August 1962.

Audrey was wearing: 

  • DressGivenchy (sleeveless, of silk linen in the orange color, a ribbon at the waist in the same tissue of the dress, created specially for the wardrobe of her character Gabrielle Simpson).
  • HatJean Barthet (of straw painted in the ecru color, created specially for the wardrobe of her character Gabrielle Simpson).

The actress Audrey Hepburn photographed by Vincent Rossell in Paris (France), during the filming of her new movie “Charade”, in December 1962.

Audrey was wearing:

  • SuitGivenchy (of red wool, short coat with buttons coated with pom poms in red silk yarns and skirt, an exclusive version created for the wardrobe of her character Regina Lampert from the same model, original in black wool, of his collection for the Autumn/Winter 1962/63).
  • HatGivenchy (model pillbox lined with white felt, created specially for the wardrobe of her character Regina Lampert).
  • HandbagHermès (of black crocodile, purchased by Audrey in 1961).
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Franke Rössel Rieger - Renovation to a housing block on Krüner Straße , Munich 2012. A new series of exterior balconies with exterior curtains introduces a malleable, fabric layer which helps break-down the rigidity of the existing building. Carefully articulated and abstract perforations are cut in to the balcony rails, creating interesting articulations of light patterns throughout the day. Photos (C)  Stefan Müller-Naumann.