Sure, we love heading to theaters to catch a summer blockbuster. But sometimes, you just can’t beat the classics. Stay tuned for an Audrey Hepburn and co. marathon of some of our favorite flicks of all time.
"Breakfast at Tiffany's. Audrey Hepburn as Holly Golightly has always been my fashion muse." – Karmen F., online contributing editor
“Funny Face with Audrey Hepburn and Fred Astaire. It’s set mostly in Paris, sigh, and I love Audrey’s wacky dance sequence in the middle of the film. (Plus, it gives a glimpse into magazine publishing in the ‘50s—way cool!)” – Jessica D., fashion and beauty assistant
“Does Mary Poppins count? My grandma always used to sing the spoon full of sugar song when I had to take medicine, or when I just wanted a spoon full of peanut butter!” – Caitlin F., intern
“It's a Wonderful Life. What movie is better than that?” – Patty O.D., national advertising director
“Does Sixteen Candles count? In my book it does. I am still waiting for Jake to come get me in his Porsche while the Thompson Twins “If You Were Here” plays in the background. And I love the dad in that movie.” – Karen B., founding editor/publisher
“My favorite classic movie is Pillow Talk. To me, Doris Day is the ultimate movie heroine – sassy, blonde, and totally driven! She won’t let any guy mess with her and get away with it.” – Marie H., contributing writer
“I love just about everything Katherine Hepburn has touched, but my favorite flick is The Philadelphia Story. It’s practically perfect in every way.” – Brittany T., online editorial assistant
“I'm way into classics, especially with Audrey Hepburn! Roman Holiday still makes me smile whenever I watch it because it combines two things I love: princesses and journalists!” – Alyssa B., contributing writer
Which classic movie can you watch on repeat, chicas?
BY GL ON 7/8/2011 8:00:00 AM
POSTED IN movies, movies we love, Editor's Blog, editor favorites, stuff we love