The look of Holly Golightly

The look of Holly Golightly

Breakfast at Tiffany’s is the beloved romantic movie featuring Audrey Hepburn and George Peppard set in New York City.

Complicated, elegant and perfectly charming this movie has remained an enduring classic and now the stage adaptation of Truman Capote’s Breakfast at Tiffany’s heads to broadway. 

Opening on Broadway on March 20 in a limited engagement,  Academy Award-winning costume designer Colleen Atwood, has collaborated with long-time Target partners Sonia Kashuk and Umberto to create the signature Holly Golightly makeup and hair look for the show.

Game of Thrones star Emilia Clarke will be playing Holly and this adaptation shows a much darker character complete with a fresh makeup look that is iconic of beauty from the 1940’s.

Audrey and George

Audrey Hepburn and George Peppard strolling down a New York City street.

The great hat

In the Broadway version, Holly sports a style suited to the 1940s—the actual time period in which this iconic novella is set.

This new Miss Golightly is styled with polished, porcelain skin, refined hair and a bold, bright lip. It’s a look that never goes out of style and is as timeless as the character herself.

You can achieve the same stunning look for yourself using Target’s exclusive beauty and hair care lines.

Beauty necessities

Beauty necessities above are:

Sonia Kashuk Bare Illuminating BronzerSonia Kashuk Perfect Luminous FoundationSonia Kashuk Perfecting Transparent MattifierSonia Kashuk Satin Luxe Lip ColorUmberto Beverly Hills Shimmer Shine SprayUmberto Beverly Hills Oval Brush

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