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The Hollywood walk of frames

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It is no secret, we love a bit of old-school Hollywood glamour. We swoon over Cary Grant, long for a kiss-in-the rain moment a la Breakfast at Tiffany's and spend hours trying to master the perfect flicked eye-liner. When it comes to furnishing our home, we are just as obsessed. Thankfully, Sonic Editions has created a series of hand-framed professional prints, featuring some of the most famous and iconic faces from movie land history, in all their feted glory. Peruse some of their beautiful photos, from Audrey Hepburn wandering Fifth Avenue to Elizabeth Taylor and Richard Burton enjoying a drink down the local, below...

Words : Elodie Russo

Audrey Hepburn stops for lunch on Fifth Avenue in New York during location filming for Breakfast At Tiffany's, in which she starred as Holly Golightly.

Grace Kelly with her Academy Award as Best Actress for her role in The Country Girl. RKO Pantages Theatre, Hollywood, California.

Italian film actress Sophia Loren at London Airport.

Humphrey Bogart and Lauren Bacall attend the premiere of 'The Desperate Hours' on October 10, 1955 in Los Angeles, California.

American actor and film director Robert Redford by the River Thames in London.

Elizabeth Taylor and Richard Burton in a public house in London.

See the full collection on soniceditions.com. Prices start from £69. All prints are also available unframed from £49.

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