When Audrey Hepburn, the late fashion designer, died in 2009, her fashion collection was among the first to fall into oblivion.
The pieces were sold at a huge flea market at the time and sold for tens of thousands of dollars, and some of them were even taken from the living Hepburn.
Her clothing was sold by collectors in the US, and she was one of the most sought after fashion designers in the world.
In the following decades, some of the collections have been auctioned off to the highest bidder.
It’s not the first time we’ve seen some of her clothing come up for sale.
In 2015, a $5 million sale of some of Hepburn’s pieces was announced.
At the time, the fashion house said that it would sell her collection of shoes and accessories at auction to help raise money for the Hepburn Foundation.
But some of those items were taken from Hepburn herself.
In 2007, Hepburn died after suffering a heart attack, and her family donated her collection to a local nonprofit.
According to a piece in The New York Times, the collection included dresses, skirts, shoes, and jewelry.
It also included a gold chain necklace that Hepburn had kept on her finger for years.
One of the pieces that went up for auction was a dress that Hepworth wore at the World’s Fair in Tokyo.
Hepworth’s collection of dresses, from right to left, is one of many she wore during the height of her popularity in the 1920s.
In 1927, she wore this dress at the Fair.
It was one piece that was auctioned and eventually sold for a cool $3 million.
It seems the Hepworth collection was part of a much larger collection of Hepworth-related memorabilia.
That collection was sold at auction in 2016 for $3.9 million.
The items included pieces from the 1930s and 1940s and a piece of clothing that was one that Hepwick had worn during the Fair, and which she later donated to a charity.
But the pieces from that collection were not actually part of Hepsworths collection.
It turns out that they were part of an even bigger collection of items that she had purchased from her collection.
Hepburns collection of fashion and accessories, which included a piece from the 1940s, was one item that was sold for $6.5 million in 2019.
That sale was announced at a flea fair in 2017 and was part the Hepsworth Estate Auction.
That is the only collection that had been sold that year, and it’s one of only four that have been sold at the auction in recent years.
The other five are: the dress that was worn by Hepworth at the Tokyo Fair in 1930, which was auctionned in 2017 for $1.5 billion, the $6 million that the auctioneer says was the highest price for a Hepworth item ever; the dress she wore in the Tokyo fair, which went up at a very high price of $4.5 for a piece that went for $2.6 million; the $5.2 million that her dress went for when it was sold to a Japanese charity, which the Hepwell Estate Auction paid $2 million for; and a pair of leather boots that Hepwell bought for $700.
These are just some of a slew of items and items that have gone up for auctions that were purchased by the Hepstead Estate Auction in the past.
Some of the items that were auctioned include the dress Hepworth and her husband wore to the Tokyo Faire in 1930 and that was originally sold for around $3,500, and the two pair of boots that she wore at a time when she was in Japan.
Hepsworth’s collection was a huge deal for the estate auction, and many of the proceeds were donated to the Hepwood Foundation, according to The New Yorker.
According the New Yorker, the auction also included other items that are still being sold: an armoire made of silk that Hepwitt wore at one of her concerts, a necklace with a golden ring that Hepwald wore at another, and a large gold ring that she gave to the actress Katherine Hepburn in 1937.
The museum in Hepburnville has kept the collection for more than 100 years and donated some of it to the estate, The New England Journal of Medicine reported.