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    Clad in a crisp white Thomas Pink shirt and jeans, Emma Ferrer is leaping through the crosswalk at 57th Street and Fifth Avenue while a New York Post photographer snaps away. Natives and tourists alike stop to gawk and whisper: She looks familiar. “Couldn’t you rent out Fifth Avenue for me?” laughs Ferrer, a girlish smile across her face. Minutes later, an elderly woman interrupts Ferrer to ask for directions. The beauty stops posing and happily obliges. A bit shy at first, she’s blossoming amid Midtown’s hustle and bustle. “I walk down the streets of Manhattan and I get so energized,” says the 20-year-old brunette, whose beauty and grace is so eerily familiar because she is the granddaughter of Audrey Hepburn, who made Fifth Avenue come alive in the iconic 1961 New York film “Breakfast at Tiffany’s.” Though Ferrer is Hollywood royalty, the student at Italy’s Florence Academy of Art had been cloaked in anonymity. That is, until she graced the September cover of Harper’s Bazaar , which was shot by Michael Avedon, the grandson of the late photographer Richard Avedon, who considered Hepburn his great muse. With her grandmother’s long eyelashes, full lips and effortless poise (she’s studied ballet her entire life), the fashion world was besotted. The story received worldwide attention, turning Ferrer into a modern-day Cinderella. “The response to the article was a lot greater and bigger than I could have imagined, partly because I didn’t know what to expect from the shoot and how it would be received in the fashion world,” says Ferrer, whose father is Sean Ferrer, the son of Hepburn and actor-director Mel Ferrer. (Her mother, Leila Ferrer, is divorced from her dad.) Lanvin creative director Alber Elbaz has even tapped Ferrer to walk in the fabled fashion house’s Paris show at the end of September, she reveals for the first time to The Post. “I am so nervous, though,” admits Ferrer, who describes herself as “studious, goal- oriented and a lover of wit.” When she’s not studying classical painting, she’s reading art books, perfecting her Italian, Spanish and French and creating art with oil paints. And she hopes to soon sign with a modeling agency. “I want a career in the arts,” she says. “And modeling is an amazing accompaniment to that.” In December, Ferrer is moving from Florence to Manhattan, where she is taking up temporary residence in a friend’s apartment, so she can finish her studies at her school’s new spinoff campus in Jersey City. “[The apartment is] tiny, really, really small, but I guess that’s normal here, right?” she says. “Living in Florence has been amazing, but I am ready to be in New York, where everything is happening. It’s going to be a dream.” The 5-foot-10 stunner was in New York earlier this month to explore her new home city — and to attend her first fashion shows. Escorted by Harper’s Bazaar Editor-in-Chief Glenda Bailey, she took in the collections of Alexander Wang, Ralph Lauren, Versus, Milly and Carolina Herrera. “Not to say I am known, but no one pounced on me, which is good, because I really enjoyed just sitting back and watching everyone,” says Ferrer of the Wang show. “I was between Nicki Minaj and Skrillex,” she adds, eyes widening. Bailey, for one, was taken by her self-possession. “Some of the photographers kept referring to her as a princess,” Bailey tells The Post. “Of course she isn’t, but the fact is they so enjoyed having someone to photograph who has such great manners and commands attention in such a quiet, unobtrusive way.” At night, Ferrer hit the town with Avedon, who shuttled her to Acme and the Electric Room to toast their Harper’s Bazaar shoot. (It was Avedon’s first cover.) Despite a hectic schedule, she found time to volunteer for UNICEF, an organization her grandmother famously championed, and visit the city’s museums. “I went to the Met twice,” she enthuses. “I forgot that museums that have collections like that exist.” How did the granddaughter of fashion’s most beloved icon stay under the radar for 20 years, especially in a world where boldface offspring routinely exploit
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