It takes someone pretty special to be named as the face of the previously anonymous Marianne; the physical embodiment of La ‘Liberté de France’, but in 1969 that is exactly what was bestowed upon BB, aka Brigitte Bardot. During the second World War she studied ballet at the Conservatoire in Paris before first appearing on the cover of Elle magazine in 1950, aged just 15. Her first film role was in ‘Le Trou Normand’ in 1952 although her first real taste of fame came after ‘And God Created Women’ opposite Jean-Louis Trintignant in 1956.  We have some classic shots from throughout the acting and modelling career of the original ‘Sex Kitten’.

Our favourite images from this collection are 'Bardot, Venice', 'Bardot & Terzieff' and 'Toast Of The Town'.

All the images start at just £45/$75 unframed or £75/$119 framed, are limited to editions of 495 and all are photographic c-type or Giclée prints on crystal archive paper, with solid wooden frames. 


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Artist of the Month - Brigitte Bardot 02/09/2014
Brigitte Bardot is September's Artist of the Month.