Emma Ferrer September Harpers Bazaar. Granddaughter of the legendary actress Audrey Hepburn Emma Ferrer agreed to pose for the September Harper’s Bazaar US. It is noteworthy, that the iconic actress Audrey Hepburn was the muse of not less iconic fashion photographer Richard Avedon, and Emma Ferrer was photographed by Richard Avedon’s grandson Michael Avedon. Emma admitted to the Harper’s Bazaar that the first photo of Audrey, which she saw in her childhood, was a photo on the trampoline. “That was before I’ve learned that she was a celebrity. But I remember thinking that she looks like a person with whom I would like to be friends.”
Apparently, this year on the fashion Olympus appeared a new star. 20-year-old Emma Ferrer, the girl before no one had ever seen – the eldest granddaughter of Audrey Hepburn. For the first time we saw her on the cover of US magazine Harper’s Bazaar. Through the work of a stylist, it is the most spectacular way of reincarnation of the famous grandmother. However, to this also contributed the exterior of the girl herself, in particular, her huge eyes and sculpted cheekbones – all what we saw in the star of the film “Breakfast at Tiffany’s.”
After the release of this magazine, many representatives of the fashion-industry immediately predicted a modest girl loud career in the fashion world. But she has stopped all their proposals on the vine, saying that in her priority is study in the Academy of Arts.
However, not so long ago she was seen in the company of the chief editor of Harper’s Bazaar Glenda Bailey on her way to one of the fashion shows. Due to this particular woman, who invited Ferrer for a photo session, we have learned about the granddaughter of our beloved actress.
To sum up, Emma was dressed in an elegant dark blue dress with white stripes and bright leather ballet flats. Beautiful, elegant and very much in the style of Audrey Hepburn. The famous actress loved these things, making them part of their everyday image. In my opinion, the perfect example to follow.
Richard Avedon (1923 ), US photographer. After being a photographer in the Marines, Avedon worked for Harper’s Bazaar and Vogue. Inspired by the example of *Munkacsi, he specialized in capturing movement in still pictures of fashion, theater, and dance. His later, gloomy portraiture included controversial studies of his father dying of cancer.
Emma Ferrer September Harpers Bazaar