Audrey Hepburn is a film and fashion icon that was recognized for her feminist thoughts and classy styles that portray feminism. Her movie Roman Holiday made people realize her as a good feminine ideal that was attractive to women over men. Hubert de Givenchy is the designer of little black dress of Audrey Hepburn in the year 1961 in a romantic comedy film named Breakfast at Tiffany’s. Hepburn was known to have fought the old world patriarchy with her feminist elements that helped her live a free livelihood. Her feminist thoughts were mostly based on her personal issues faced in life. Socialist feminism is a specific area where Audrey Hepburn has mastered in connecting to people through private and public spheres associated with a woman’s life (Nourmand and Hepburn, 2006). She believes that fashion is an attraction having its own rights. The little black dress is handstitched and has a background behind. As it became famous through this film, it helped her locality to gather funds through auction and arrange for the destitute. This dress is rather called as the best dress that has ever been worn by an actress in a film. It is not only stylist but also it attempts to reveal her feminist ideas through the same. She believes to create a change in the society she lives in. To gain recognition and catch hold of national status that she was earlier denied of, her cultural and social prevalence could be seen through her masterpiece of little black dress.