Intimate Audrey is a bespoke exhibition on the life of Audrey Hepburn created by her son, Sean Hepburn Ferrer, to celebrate her 90th birthday anniversary.
Originally launched in her birth town of Brussels, Belgium, the exhibition made a stop in her home country of the Netherlands (Amsterdam) where she spent the war year.
The exhibition includes over 800 photographs, memorabilia, dresses, and accessories, as well as her never before seen fashion drawings and humanitarian writings.
A series of poignant videos bring each of its chapters to life.
Part of the Intimate Audrey experience in Manila and a unique addition to the execution that was last on display in Amsterdam, is an exclusive tribute called “AUDREY: An Homage from Filipino Fashion.”
This section highlights the works of some of the Philippines’ most celebrated designers and how each one of them took inspiration from Audrey Hepburn’s films to documentations of her personal life.
It includes works and pieces from Pepito Albert, Ivar Aseron, Vic Barba, Mike Dela Rosa, JC Buendia, Len Cabili, Auggie Cordero, Rhett Eala, Jun Escario, Ben Farrales, Cesar Gaupo, Rajo Laurel, Jojie Lloren, Dennis Lustico, Randy Ortiz, Frederick Peralta, Puey Quiñones, Patrice Ramos-Diaz, Philip Rodriguez, Cary Santiago and National Artists Salvacion Lim-Higgins and Ramon Valera.
Attending the vernissage in Manila are Audrey’s own son, Sean Hepburn Ferrer, and her granddaughter, Emma Hepburn Ferrer.
FashX, a fashion trade and licensing company in the Philippines, has partnered with the country’s leading retail chain SM Supermalls, to hold this first-in-Asia exhibition of “Intimate Audrey” at The Museum at S Maison at the Mall of Asia Complex in Pasay City from August 1, 2023, to October 29, 2023,
Exhibition tickets will be available online via SM Tickets and at all SM Ticket offline locations such as SM Department Stores and SM Cinemas.
Exhibition access is priced at ₱850.00 with a special rate of ₱450.00 for students, senior citizens, PWDs, national athletes, and medal of valor awardees, and allows access to the 730 square meter space for one hour and a half per visit.