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Breakfast at Tiffany's costume designer Colleen Atwood on how Emilia Clarke's Holly Golightly differs from Audrey Hepburn: "We weren't doing Audrey Hepburn—we have Emilia Clarke, who is an actress, who is playing a part and a different kind of character. So there was really no point in putting a tiara and a cigarette holder in her mouth. It made no sense for her or the story we were telling." [Fashionista]