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One of the fashion world's greatest platonic love stories almost never came to pass, when in the 1950s French couturier Hubert de Givenchy at first refused a request to design for Audrey Hepburn.Luckily for fashionistas everywhere, Hepburn was not to be dissuaded and sweetly invited Givenchy to dinner.The retrospective of Givenchy's designs for his friend and style icon titled "To Audrey with Love" has just opened at the Gemeentemuseum in The Hague, and lasts until late March.In the 1954 romantic comedy "Sabrina," Hepburn appeared alongside then screen heartthrob Humphrey Bogart, and in one key scene wore a sophisticated, floating ivory ball dress edged in black with embroidered black flowers – a Givenchy creation.Givenchy was to remain by her side for many of her most iconic films such as the 1961 "Breakfast at Tiffany's" and "Charade" in 1963 .
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