Sabrina (Sabrina Fair/La Vie en Rose in the United Kingdom) is a 1954 American romantic comedy-drama film directed by Billy Wilder, adapted for the screen by Wilder, Samuel A. Taylor and Ernest Lehman from Taylor's 1953 play Sabrina Fair. The picture stars Humphrey Bogart, Audrey Hepburn and William Holden.
Sabrina Fairchild is the young daughter of the wealthy Larrabee family's chauffeur, Thomas, and has been in love with David Larrabee all her life. David is a three-times-married playboy who has never paid attention to Sabrina.
After a failed suicidal attempt, Sabrina is sent to Paris by her father. After two years there, she returns home as an attractive and sophisticated woman. Not only David Larrabee falls in love with her immediately, but his older brother Linus Larrabee does as well although he does not realize it at the beginning. And Sabrina, who is in love with David all her life, shifts her feeling toward Linus as well.
The complete wardrobe
Although Edith Head claimed to be the designer for all Audrey Hepburn's outfits, but most of them are rumored to have been created by Hubert de Givenchy and chosen personally by the star. In a 1974 interview, Head stated that she was responsible for creating the dresses, with inspiration from some Givenchy designs that Hepburn liked, but that she made important changes, and the dresses were not by Givenchy. After Head's death, Givenchy stated that Sabrina's iconic black cocktail dress was produced at Paramount under Head's supervision but claimed it was his design.
The full wardrobe
Sleeveless patterned a line dress with black long sleeve top
Long sleeve dressing gown with shawl collar
Long sleeve collarless double breast wool skirt suit
Strapless floral evening gown
Long sleeve checked shirt with white high waist shorts and wedged espadrilles
Sleeveless satin cocktail dress with shoulder bows
Standup collar coat, capri pants and round neck sweater with deep v back
Coat with unsymetrical wide collar