I love the style of the 60s. The big bouffant hair, the mod little
miniskirts, the slim cigarette pants, and the effortless cool look of
the cat eye. When I think of that era I think of sexy Bond girls like
Ursula Anderson, and sultry movie starlets like Raquel Welch. But my
favorite star and one of my top style icons has to be Bridget Bardot.

Brigitte Anne-Marie Bardot was born in France in 1934. She started young as a ballet dancer, then moved to modeling, then her picture was given
to a screenwriter who immediately gave her an audtion, and the rest is
history. She had 4 husbands and starred in 47 films, tons of stage
shows, and recorded 80 songs before retiring to become an animal
activist.

She is a truly well rounded woman, one who could match wits with
politicians, musicians, artists, all the while keeping her balance and
maintaining her focus on the things that were important to her in
life. Her status as an icon in the world of art and beauty is
unquestionable.




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