"Rise. Shine. Reach outside yourself. Wake and discover the dreams you are capable of when you aren’t sleeping. May they keep you up at night. Marvel at how big they are and witness what they can become. Grow with your ambitions. Flex on those who doubt. Nourish no bad seeds. No black can’ts. No black don’ts. No black maybes. You will. Stretch so that the tension is too great-Become greater. You do not have to dance to choreograph your next step to freedom. Just make sure you get your sun. Black boy. Black girl. Your cage is too small to hold you forever. Show them."
- Dexter R. Jones
The actress Audrey Hepburn (as Nicole Bonnet) photographed by Terry O’Neill at the Studio de Boulogne in Paris (France), during the filming of “How to Steal a Million”, in August 1965.
Audrey was wearing:
- Ensemble: Givenchy (haute couture: of black chantilly lace, jacket and a sleeveless dress, liner in black silk, with a silk ribbon at the waist, created especially for her wardrobe in this movie).
- Mask (matching with the ensemble): Givenchy (of black chantilly lace, created especially for her wardrobe in this movie).
- Earrings: Cartier.
- Minaudière: Cartier Ltd. London.
Link of Audrey’s ensemble: http://www.invaluable.com/auction-lot/the-givenchy-haute-couture-black-chantilly-lace-293-c-27f17182ce