In pictures: Audrey Hepburn
Renowned as an actress, fashion icon and humanitarian, Audrey Hepburn's legacy continues to be celebrated today. This week, a number of iconic and rarely seen photographs of the star are to go on display in a new exhibition at the National Portrait Gallery.
Coinciding with the 65th anniversary of Hepburn's career-changing performance at the West End's Ciro nightclub - where she was noticed by talent scouts - Audrey Hepburn: Portraits of an Icon follows the actress's rise to fame.
Tracing her early years working in Holland and her time as a dancer and chorus girl in the West End, the exhibition demonstrates how Hepburn built up her career to become the iconic film actress we recognise her as today.
Among the collection are portraits taken by the likes of Cecil Beaton, Richard Avedon, Angus McBean, Norman Parkinson and Irving Penn. A variety of private, rarely seen family photographs will also be on display, including some showing Hepburn practising ballet and others from her early career as a model.
Here, we take a sneak peek at some of the pieces on show at the exhibition...