Where I live now there is a tiny little village nearby where the most lovely Hollywood Golden Age starlet used to reside. Audrey Hepburn lived at her charming 18th century ivy-covered villa, La Paisible, which means "peaceful" in French for the latter 30 years of her life. The small village of Tolochenaz is located near Morges in the French speaking part of Switzerland on Lake Geneva. My daughter and I went there recently to take a peek at Hepburn's beautiful home and pay our respects to the most charming, stylish, sweetest actress ever. This is not a tourist site and our visit was incredibly quaint and very spontaneous. In the village square there is a statue bust commemorating Audrey and then as you walk further down a small road you will find La Paisible, just behind a low stone wall. The villa is so picturesque, a large old farmhouse with light blue shutters and an amazing garden brimming with trees and flowers. For all of you Audrey fans out there, you might know what I'm talking about here, for what we found was moving and a real inspiration. I took some pictures and my daughter borrowed my trench coat for some Audrey inspired looks. It was so quiet there as we walked through the village and discussed what a lovely cinematic fashion icon Audrey was and why it only takes "Sabrina", "Roman Holiday" and "Breakfast At Tiffany's" to see what all the fuss is about. Thank you Audrey Hepburn for all the grace, humanity, beauty and inspiration that you have given.