See the Audrey Hepburn Movie Costume That Just Sold for $92,000

Anna LaPlaca

This month at Christie's Auction House, 500 items from the personal collection of one of the most iconic actresses of our time are up for sale. Audrey Hepburn's many roles are classic and famous, but her costumes in each film are memorable in their own right. From her string of pearls and large black sunglasses in Breakfast at Tiffany's to her necktie and summery dress in Roman Holiday, every Audrey movie look is undeniably iconic.

Of the many items up for sale in the auction, sold both in person and online, it's the items from her wardrobe that are garnering the most value. "A black satin Givenchy cocktail gown worn during the 1963 film Charade sold for 68,750 pounds," reports The Hollywood Reporter. In other words, the buyer spent over $92,000 for the dress. Audrey's legacy is proving to be the most valuable when it comes to what the star wore both on- and off-screen. The sale will run on Christie's website through October 4.

Scroll down to see the iconic Givenchy dress from her 1963 film, Charade.

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Audrey Hepburn in Charade, 1963.

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The black satin Givenchy Couture cocktail gown at Christie's Auction House in London.

Next up, if Audrey had a T-shirt, it would be this.

 

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