Breakfast at Tiffany's is a 1961 American film starring Audrey Hepburn and George Peppard in the leading roles. The film, directed by Blake Edwards and released by Paramount Pictures, is based on the novella of the same name by Truman Capote.
- For a Zink Magazine photo shoot by Mike Ruiz that was also part of Macy's Glamorama for 2009, Miss Piggy struck a pose inspired by the film while wearing clothing and accessories from multiple designers, including Marc Jacobs.
- In the 2013 Sesame Street Live show Make a New Friend, among the things on Grover's list of things to do with Chamki is have "breakfast at Tiffany's house." He considers canceling, but remembers Tiffany's mom is already expecting them.
- In a 2015 interview, Miss Piggy told the website Broadly that Audrey Hepburn is her style icon. "I mean, she absolutely defined the little black dress and pearls look that has meant so much to me and so many other women. Plus, she came up with the fabulous idea of Breakfast at Tiffany's. (Without her, I would never have thought of having meals at a jewelry store. Now I do it all the time.) Naturally, over time, I've embellished and updated that look—with lots of help from designer friends like Zac Posen, Marc Jacobs, Jeremy Scott, Christian Louboutin and Jason Wu, Vivienne Westwood. Plus, I look good in anything."
- Blake Edwards directed the film
- Mickey Rooney played Mr. Yunioshi
- Toots Thielemans played harmonica on "Moon River" over the opening sequence
- ↑ "Don't Call Her Babe: How Miss Piggy Became the Coolest Feminist Pig in America", Broadly.com. Interview by Mitchell Sunderland, September 29, 2015.