Author(s): Pamela Clarke Keogh
The author of the bestselling Audrey Style and Jackie Style offers a charming guide to modern living inspired by the impeccable example set by Audrey Hepburn. Audrey Hepburn epitomised grace and style, not only in her appearance but in her very essence. Whether in fashion, relationships, home life, or her work - both on screen and for UNICEF - no role model is more worthy of imitation. So, who better to turn to when pondering the right thing to do in our complex, modern world? In an era fraught with self-interest, artifice and vulgarity, Audrey can teach us how to remain demure, sophisticated, loving and gorgeous, everyday. Drawing on examples from the actress's extraordinary life, this hugely enjoyable, beautifully-designed book offers advice on dating, seduction techniques and marriage from the woman who enjoyed romances with John F. Kennedy, William Holden and Albert Finney; tips on how to apply Audrey's style to twenty-first-century clothes, make-up and accessories; insights into raising children, taming husbands and achieving a work-life balance and lessons in philanthropy from the star who used her fame to help others long before Bono or Angelina. Indeed, everything one might need to survive in the modern world. So, in place of strife, just ask yourself: What would Audrey do?
PAMELA KEOGH is a journalist, editor, author and lifestyle expert. She has worked at US magazine and Fashion Week, and contributed widely to Town & Country, British Vogue, Self Magazine and the New York Times "Styles" section. She is best known for her books, including the international best-seller on Audrey Hepburn, Audrey Style (1999), and Jackie Style (2001) -focusing on former First Lady Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis. Both are published by Aurum. She is also author of three other books also published by Aurum: Elvis Presley: The Man, The Life, The Legend (2004), What Would Audrey Do? (2008) -a guidebook on navigating our modern age with the generosity, style and sophistication of Audrey Hepburn- and Are You a Jackie or a Marilyn? (2010). Her work has been featured and reviewed widely in the media, including the Today Show, Larry King Live, Vanity Fair and People magazine. She lives in New York.