London: British actress Audrey Hepburn's hairdo in her film 'Breakfast at Tiffany's' has been named the most influential style ever.

Her French pleat in the 1961 film, in which she played lead character Holly Golightly, has been given the honour after hairdressers voted it to the top of their list in a Hairdressing Council poll. 

Other classic cuts in the list included 'Some Like It Hot' actress Marilyn Monroe's trademark blonde curls, which were second, and model Twiggy's crop in third. 

Actress Jennifer Aniston also made it to the top 10 list for her 'Friends' character Rachel Green's hairstyle, while Victoria Beckham's bob cut was also among the frontrunners.