Audrey Hepburn Style
Wednesday, November 17, 1999 at  The University Club

Pamela Clarke Keogh '83, the author of Audrey Style, was our speaker on Wednesday evening, November 17, at the University Club, Washington, D.C. Pamela's beautiful book, published by HarperCollins about the legendary Audrey Hepburn, was featured last Spring in the windows of Bergdorf Goodman and is now in its fourth printing. It is based upon Pamela's many interviews with Audrey Hepburn's friends and colleagues and Pamela's own thoughtful study of the woman behind the legend. It details Audrey Hepburn's life, from her courage under a Nazi regime, to her film career and ultimately to her tireless hours on behalf of UNICEF. The book contains many lovely pictures and is truly a collector's item. Pamela has commented, "Studying Audrey's life, her courage and all she overcame, can help us with the choices we make in our own lives." Since graduating from Vassar, Pamela has had a successful journalism career. Her work appears regularly in Self, US and British Vogue. As a producer for "Extra" and VH-1's "Fashion Week," she has covered the New York shows and has interviewed designers including Lagerfield, Mizrahi and Wang. Pamela's illustrated slide lecture will cover not only Audrey's style but also how we can adapt Audrey's approach to life to our lives today. Audrey Style is available for purchase and for Pamela's inscription! Pamela has spoken all over the world, and thus our Club is pleased to present this special program.

Maybe you saw Pamela Clark Keogh '83 on MSNBC’s January 2 profile of Audrey Hepburn, or maybe you saw her in person when she spoke to the DC Vassar Club on November 17. She’s the author of a terrific book, Audrey Style, and we happen to have a few copies on hand. The price is $40 + tax, and Pamela is kindly donating her portion of the proceeds to our Club. So if you plan to buy it, buy it here! Call the club phone to get  yours.