The Eku Edewor + Audrey Hepburn Kinnishness centres around feminine grace, the classy sense of style and the exotic flavour of being raised in different cultures.
Epitome of grace, Audrey Hepburn will forever be described as innocent, delicate, classy and with the moves of a lady, with poise gained through ballet training.
Eku Edewor moves effortlessly with Audrey Hepburn’s stoicism- commanding a quiet but show stopping grace wherever she turns, whether she is presenting on studio 53 extra or anchoring on the red carpet.
With British blood flowing through their veins, these two ladies have many similarities; the prominent of them being poise.
Audrey Hepburn had a peculiar manner of speaking. Though born British, she could speak Dutch, French, Spanish and Italian, having been educated in a culture of ‘traditional studies’.
Eku Edewor also has that exotic streak, being born British Nigerian, spending holidays in Nigeria while being schooled in Britain, also taking a film course in the United States, and having a worldly career as an anchor, mixing with people of different races. Their non traditional accents cause you to listen again, whether you’re watching Audrey in ‘Funny Face’ or Eku in ‘Flower Girl’.
Audrey was a trend setter in style, rendering popular the little black dress from ‘Breakfast at Tiffany’s’ and stylishly sporting the cropped trouser.
Kinnish means ‘alike’and I feel Audrey Hepburn and Eku Edewor have a super kinnish vibe. I use that phrase when I feel a certain person reminds me of someone else, or when my friend and I do same thing at the same time or act alike.
There’s no cooler compliment than being kindred spirits with the classy and eternally stylish Audrey Hepburn.
Bt-dubs, who is your style star atm?
What is your favourite Audrey Hepburn movie?
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