Like grandmother, like granddaughter: Emma Ferrer emulates her grandmother Audrey's iconic dance moves from "Funny Face." Photo by Michael Avedon.
An excerpt from the interview:
"I've been questioning a lot lately what she means to me. I knew her image, of course, and that I happened to be, by pure chance, related to her. But as a child I couldn't really relate to Audrey Hepburn, the actress. To me, she was family. I can live with her through my father. His stories are all about his growing up. But honestly, I haven't seen all of her movies. When I watched Breakfast at Tiffany's, I enjoyed it the same way any young girl would. I've seen My Fair Lady and Roman Holiday, but I suppose my favorite is Funny Face."You can read the rest here.
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