You can buy a piece of Audrey Hepburn's iconic wardrobe

by Lindsay Cohn / / Source: TODAY

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As a humanitarian, fashion icon and movie star — known for her roles in classic films, like “Breakfast at Tiffany’s” and “Sabrina” — Audrey Hepburn has come to epitomize elegance. Even two decades after her passing, she remains a symbol of timeless sophistication.

Bud Fraker captured Hepburn's refined style in this photo, shot in 1956, and available at the auction.
Bud Fraker captured Hepburn's refined style in this photo, shot in 1956, and available at the auction.Christie's Images Ltd. 2017

And if you've ever dreamed of owning a piece of her legendary wardrobe, you soon can ... for a price.

Trench Coat worn by Audrey Hepburn
This Burberry trench coat is just one of the items on the auction block.Christie's Images Ltd. 2017 / Getty Images

Starting in September, Christie’s will auction off a collection of her treasured, personal items — including film memorabilia, clothing and accessories — which, until now, have remained in the ownership of her family.

Hubert de Givenchy designed this cloqué silk cocktail dress for Hepburn for a 1966 photo shoot promoting her film “Two for the Road.”
Hubert de Givenchy designed this cloqué silk cocktail dress for Hepburn for a 1966 photo shoot promoting her film “Two for the Road.” Christie's Images Ltd. 2017

Up for grabs are a robin’s egg blue cocktail dress — designed by her long-time friend Hubert de Givenchy — a Burberry trench coat (pictured above) and a selection of ballet flats.

A pair of Hepburn's signature ballet flats could be yours!
A pair of Hepburn's signature ballet flats could be yours! Christie's Images Ltd. 2017

But don’t expect these pieces to come cheap. In December 2006, the famed black satin gown she wore in “Breakfast at Tiffany’s” fetched $577,638 at auction.

Audrey Hepburn
Hepburn — in her iconic role of Holly Golightly in "Breakfast at Tiffany's" — wears sunglasses, a black satin Givenchy gown, long gloves and a tiara.Paramount Pictures / Getty Images Contributor

There will be a public exhibition (starting Sept. 23) and a live auction (on Sept. 27) at Christie’s King Street headquarters in London. Can’t make it? Set your calendar for the online sale — Sept. 19 through Oct. 3.

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