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Audrey Hepburn was the queen of style when she came onto the Hollywood scene in the early 1950s, lighting up the silver screen with her tea-length dresses and neck handkerchiefs in Roman Holiday. But even though those ballet flat looks were created by a set stylist, they closely mimicked the young star's own taste, where she gravitated toward classic boat necklines and simple shifts. Soon after the movie wrapped, Hepburn became a style icon in her own right, arriving to award show red carpets wearing timeless designs and her trademark elbow-length gloves.

After that time, Hepburn moved from decade to decade with quiet class, adopting to each era's newest trends without compromising her own vision. In the '60s, she donned flirty cut outs and sequins and played up her cat eyeliner. But the satin gloves and ballet flats always remained. In the '80s, she played with pattern clashing and ruffled waistlines, but still loved her Givenchy pieces as her go-to staples. Then in the '90s, she dabbled with princess-cut waistlines and embellished bodices, proving there is no age limit for excellent style.

Ahead are some of Hepburn's most memorable looks, from wedding dresses to red carpet frocks. Which decade was your favorite?