Audrey Hepburn's French pleat in 'Breakfast at Tiffany's' has been named the most influential style ever in a Hairdressing Council poll.
Audrey Hepburn's 'Breakfast at Tiffany's' hairstyle has been named most influential style ever.
The late actresses' French pleat in the 1961 film - in which she played lead character Holly Golightly - has been given the honour after hairdressers voted it top of their list in a Hairdressing Council poll, revealing it is the most requested style in salons.
Audrey's accolade comes after she was voted the most beautiful woman of all time in a poll held by TV channel QVC last year.
Once again she saw off competition from Marilyn, who was third, and Jennifer, who came 10th in the survey.