I am a big fan of Audrey Hepburn - of her movies and of her style and elegance, so when this book came out I knew that I would be buying it. It is a compilation of all black/white photos of Ms. Hepburn during the time she visited/worked, and ultimately lived in Rome. 95% of the photos show her just walking around the city (walking her dog, walking with a friend, walking with her first, then second husband, walking by herself) and at Rome's airports (getting on a plane, getting off of a plane, going thru Customs); the remaining 5% of the photos are of her at events or premieres. There are approximately 6-10 pages throughout the book with some narrative (and even those do not necessarily take up the entire page). Example: "title" page called: S-The Scarf with a little blurb about her wearing a scarf around her neck; on the opposite side of the "title" page is a small photo of her wearing a scarf around her neck. That's it. When you turn the page, it just continues with photos of her walking in Rome. The first 3-4 pages of the book provide the most narrative and they are written by her son, Luca Dotti who co-authored this book. He writes about her time in Rome. Each photo is captioned with only the date, name(s) of who is in the photo, and location (if it is known by the author). She certainly was, and still is, a fashion icon and her clothes are just so simply elegant that it would have been great to have additional captioning on who designed an outfit, maybe a little history of an outfit, etc. There are 2 Appendices at the end of the book that give one a timeline of her career albeit very, very cursory; and the other Appendix lists her movies. You do see the changing fashion styles moving from the 1950's to the 1970's but I am still mystified as to the purpose of this book other than Audrey Hepburn is in every photo and she's in Rome. So, I guess the book's title was certainly honest. Seriously, how many photos can one look at of Audrey Hepburn just walking up the stairs, down the stairs, across the street, on a sidewalk? As I stated earlier, I am a fan of her work and style, but after the first 10-20 pages, even I needed something of way more substance than this. More information on the captioning would have helped considerably and this book would have greatly benefited from an objective editor or just an editor.