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    Possibly Perfect Audrey Hepburn “Nothing is impossible the word itself says I’m possible.” (Audrey Hepburn) In Audrey’s greatest accomplishments she proved that anything is possible. Over the course of her remarkable life and career, Audrey Hepburn seized hearts around the world and created a positive public image that is one of the most recognizable and adorable in recent memory. For the next 16 years, Audrey changed the definition of feminity, she was like no other actress, childlike, vulnerable

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    inspirational quote was said by none other than Audrey Hepburn. She has influenced many people, young and old, famous or not, male or female. She revolutionized acting and is overall who many people aspire to be. Hepburn does this even through her hardship and suffering childhood. She is one of the most influential people ever because of not only her impeccable acting,but the way she treats people changed the way that many people looked at actors. Audrey was influenced by many things that caused her

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    possible'!” - Audrey Hepburn (Audrey Hepburn Quote). Audrey Hepburn was a British actress, but she was highly loved and cherished in America, too. Even though Audrey wasn’t an American citizen, today people still mourn her young death at only 63. Audrey was born in Brussels, Belgium during the April of 1929, and died in Tolochenaz, Switzerland in 1993. When Hepburn was the young age of eleven, she was in the German Occupation of Holland and those memories forever changed her life. When Audrey began to

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    Audrey Hepburn Role Model

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    Most people think of Audrey Hepburn as an actress who starred in Breakfast at Tiffany’s wearing a black dress, white gloves, and a pearl necklace, but what most people do not know is the difference she made in the world. Today, Audrey Hepburn is known as one of the most beautiful women in the world, but in her eyes, she was just a normal person. “She considered herself funny-looking, which just goes to show that beauty really is in the eye of the beholder,” (“The 100 Greatest Stars” 46). She was

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    humanitarian, Audrey Hepburn, is a powerful role model in my life. From her poise and positivity, to her compassion for others, she has left behind a legacy that has changed the world. Most people know and love Hepburn for her Hollywood success, but my favorite characteristics of her are the efforts that she made to positively influence society. If I could be any person for one day I would be Audrey Hepburn because of her compassion for others and dedication to make the world a better place. Audrey Hepburn

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    Devil Wears Prada (2006) directed by David Frankell, are two films staring young women who are propelled into the world of a fashion and undergo a personal and physical transformation.  When Jo is hired as a fashion model at Quality Magazine (Audrey Hepburn) and Andy as a fashion assistant at Runway Magazine (Anne Hathaway), both characters experience similar situations; visiting the fashion capital (Paris), developing a romantic love interest, being dressed in designer clothing (Chanel and Givenchy)

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    Army photographer David Conover was taking pictures in local factories for a magazine article about women’s contribution to the war and shot a picture of Marilyn. That picture later made it’s way to the Blue Book modeling agency and they signed her. She started her modeling career as a pin up model, that way early from the beginning she became associated with sexuality. Pin ups were intended to be pinned up on walls in male-dominated areas such as gas stations or car repairs. A pin up was the wide

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    Coco Chanel Essay

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    Gabrielle Bonheur Chanel, most commonly known as Coco Chanel was a French designer, whose patterns and designs revolutionized women’s clothing. She was the only designer listed in Time’s 100 Most Influential People of the Twentieth Century. Chanel has left a lasting mark on women’s clothing and fashion. Coco Chanel was born in 1883, there is not a specific date as she did not reveal her birth date. Chanel grew up in uncertainty and poverty. When Coco Chanel was twelve years old her mother passed

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    Betty recently came out to share with the world privy information about her and the other actresses from the ‘Golden Girls.' The three other stars who are now deceased are Estelle Getty, Rue McClanahan, and Bea Arthur. Betty who is an Emmy award winner is still full of spirits and is enjoying life. She has come out clearly to state that the four were more of friends than colleagues. She has revealed that they not only shared gossip but also helped each other through thick and thin during the shooting

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    “Imperfection is beauty, madness is genius and it's better to be absolutely ridiculous than absolutely boring.”- once said Marilyn Monroe. From going to foster home to foster home, to becoming one of the worlds biggest stars. Marilyn Monroe is one of America’s biggest icons. She had a detrementing childhood, multiple relationships all of which ended on a negative note, to the ups and downs of her career, to when it all had to end. Monroe is a role model to many. She started out as a model and then

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    Audrey Hepburn A woman who suffered through a war, managed to overcome many odds and become a memorable idol. From working with several name brand designers to helping those in need. Even going as far to give up her acting career just to be closer to her kids, it’s difficult to imagine such an extraordinary person existed. Audrey Hepburn was an academy-award winning actress and a naturally beautiful model. Born as Edda-Kathleen Hepburn-Ruston on May 4, 1929 in Brussels, Belgium; Audrey lived with

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    make a difference and sacrifices their time to someone else. However, the person that I call my hero does not have to be everyone’s hero, because everyone has their own personal preferences, values and opinions. Moira Kelly and Audrey Hepburn are my heroines, but I think Hepburn was more inspirational in bringing about change to the world. Due to many causes, Moira Kelly, an Australian humanitarian worker and ambassador for Carers Victoria, devoted her life to help the wounded and sick children in

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    poise, walk with the knowledge that you are never alone.” Audrey Kathleen Hepburn - Ruston is famous for her beauty, elegance, grace and she is a great Hollywood style icon, she was also known for being a philanthropist. Although she was mostly known for being a British actress, everyone thought of her as a fashion icon. “I never think of myself as an icon. What is in other people's minds is not in my mind. I just do my thing.” I chose Hepburn because she influenced me to fulfill my dreams in becoming

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    Gisselle Lavariega Mrs. Johnson Senior paper Date (The Revolutionary Coco Chanel) Gabrielle Bonheur Chanel, known to most as Coco Chanel, “Arguably the most influential fashion designer of all time, Coco Chanel revolutionised the way women wore clothes and paved a new way for the fashion brand, capitalising on the changing times she was living in and her status as a fashion icon”(Dunne). Her clothing designs, from the use of jersey to the Chanel suit demonstrate her rebellious to the common norm

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    On thursday night I went to see Jerry Finnegan’s Sister. The play had two actors which were Morgan Fox and Genevieve Craven. They played the roles as Brian Dowd and Beth Finnegan. Brian is in love with Jerry Finnegan's sister (his best friend’s sister) ever since a young age, but can never tell her. He is in the conflict of wanting to tell her, but his window is closing. As they like to call it “the point of no return.” The set depicted two neighbor houses which was Brian house next to Jerry house

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    Early life One of the most recognize fashion designer Coco Chanel was born Gabrielle Bonheur Chanel on August 19, 1883, in Saumur, France. With her trademark suits and minimal black dresses, Coco Chanel made immortal designs that are still mainstreaming today. She herself turned into an abundantly venerated style symbol known for her basic yet complex and sophisticated outfits matched with awesome extras, for example, a few strands of pearls. As Chanel once said, “luxury must be comfortable, otherwise

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    Coco Chanel Fashion Design

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    Gisselle Lavariega Mrs. Johnson Senior paper Date (The Revolutionary Coco Chanel) Gabrielle Bonheur Chanel, known to most as Coco Chanel, “Arguably the most influential fashion designer of all time, Coco Chanel revolutionised the way women wore clothes and paved a new way for the fashion brand, capitalising on the changing times she was living in and her status as a fashion icon”(Dunne). Her clothing designs, from the use of jersey to the Chanel suit, demonstrate her rebellious to the common norm

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    In the play “The Glass of Menagerie” by Tennessee Williams, she uses symbolism to recreate a memory about a family living in an apartment and who is struggling through the Great Depression. Laura Wingfield is one of the main protagonists who is shy and has a limp, which she wears a brace to help support it. She retreats from reality because her mother, Amanda is so rough natured. Amanda lost her husband and looks after her children. Her husband abandoned the family. She relies on her son, Tom Wingfield

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    Symbolism in literature is using an object to portray a different, deeper meaning in a story. Symbols represent ideas or qualities that the author has schemed into their story that has meaning. It is up to the reader to interpret the meaning of the symbols and their significance to the story. William Faulkner wrote, “A Rose for Emily,” which was published April 30, 1930. He used a great deal of symbolism in this story. Faulkner’s use of symbolism captivated the reader until the shocking end of the

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    Makeup is now considered to be a necessity for the people of this world. We basically use makeup every single day to help us enhance the beauty that we are all born with. Everyone wants to look their best every single day so almost everyone now wears makeup. But there are some makeups who are just ridiculously expensive, not just because they are high quality, but because they are carried by the most famous brands in the industry. Can you guess which is the most expensive makeup brand in the world

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