A super quick outfit post today; I was recently invited to The National Portrait Gallery for a private blogger viewing of the new Audrey Hepburn 'Portraits of an Icon' exhibition, followed by an obligatory trip to Laduree for sweet treats and one of their perfectly-sized cappuccinos (I then went for afternoon tea with Radley to celebrate the release of their 'Hepburn' bag collection - very fitting, but more on that in a later post!) If you're someone who's interested in fashion, film or of course just the lady herself, I'd absolutely urge you to go and take a look. Many of the photographs were sourced directly from Audrey's family and have never before been seen by the public or used in the media, and range from behind the scenes shots of her acting, images of her early training as a ballerina (her size 7 ballet shoes are displayed in a case!) and even her later charity work. I'm aware it sounds rather silly, but I sort of forget that she had long and rich life either side of the iconic Audrey that we all see in our minds when we think of her. I've never before imagined her as a child or a mature woman, and it was truly fascinating to see.