In Honor of Roman Holiday's 60th Anniversary, 10 Ingenious Style Lessons from the Film

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This runaway-princess movie brought lovely Audrey Hepburn into the public eye, and she killed the role with her legendary elegance, spark, and bone structure. As a disenchanted princess, Hepburn sneaks out of the palace and scoots around Rome with a handsome journalist, cutting her hair, falling in love, and adjusting her one outfit with surprising ingenuity for a royal. There are many lessons to be gleaned from this film: Duty before love, being a princess is hard, and always carry a silk scarf for fashion emergencies.

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