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Audrey Hepburn's Gown Brings Great Joy

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Audrey Hepburn wasn’t just an actress and a fashion icon. She was also known as a great humanitarian and was actively involved with UNICEF when she was alive and did a lot of work as a special ambassador.

But it looks like she’s still able to give aid to the world up to this day. The black gown she wore in Breakfast At Tiffany’s was just sold at Christie’s auction house for an incredible $807,000. The proceeds will go to City of Joy Aid, an organization dedicated to providing assistance to the poor in Calcutta and Bengal, India.

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