During the twenty years that she lived in Rome, Audrey Hepburn-legendary actress, fashion icon, and humanitarian-was the epitome of chic European style, from her little black dresses to her ballet flats. Her partnership with designer Hubert de Givenchy resulted in some of the most memorable and timeless looks on film.
Audrey in Rome is a gorgeous coffee table book that includes almost 200 candid photographs of the movie star--many of which have never been published before. These rare snapshots give us glimpses into the everyday life of the gamine star of such classic films as Roman Holiday, Breakfast at Tiffany's, Sabrina.
Edited by her son, Luca Dotti, and Ludovica Damiani, film and theater writer and producer, and with text by fashion director and stylist Sciascia Gambaccini, Audrey in Rome is as personal as having Audrey Hepburn's family scrapbook in your hands.
Luca Dotti is the son of Audrey Hepburn and Italian psychiatrist, Professor Andrea Dotti. Luca is a former graphic designer and now chairs the Audrey Hepburn's Children's Fund. Created by Audrey's family in 1994, the Fund helps children in need around the world. Dotti lives in Rome with his wife and three children. Ludovica Damiani works and writes for cinema and theater. From 2003 to 2006 she was assistant director of the press office at the Venice Film Festival. She is the author of the books Set in Venice and Set in Cortina, the first two volumes in a series about cities as cinematographic sets. She has written and produced plays as tributes to Luchino Visconti and Federico Fellini that have been performed in theaters in Rome, Milan, Venice, Paris, Moscow, and New York. She is currently the communications and project-development manager for the Rome-based film production company, Wildside. She also serves as an editorial consultant for the Audrey Hepburn Children's Fund. Sciascia Gambaccini is fashion director at Vanity Fair Italy. She has worked as a fashion director at Italian Vogue, Interview, Marie Claire, Jane and A. She has also been a fashion editor at Lei, Per Lui, and Harper's Bazaar. She is a resident of Milan and New York City.