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Sunday 27 January 2013
Reflecting on her role as muse for Serge Gainsbourg, the actress and singer is clearly still under his spell, writes Jonathan Owen
Monday 29 October 2012
As a recent study claimed that attractive people tend to conform, and hence are more likely to be boring, Samantha Brick has offered her beautiful opinion on the topic.
Tuesday 12 June 2012
A second language builds cognitive potential, not just linguistic ability
Sunday 19 February 2012
Nice clothes, but what's underneath?
Tuesday 16 August 2011
The mother of a four-year-old girl who was savaged by a pitbull terrier has hit out at the actress Brigitte Bardot, who has called for the dog's life to be saved.
Monday 15 August 2011
Monday 01 August 2011
The reinvention of classics.
Wednesday 27 July 2011
Sunday 10 July 2011
Friday 27 May 2011
An new encyclopaedia of Hollywood nuptials could re-balance your view of the 'perfect wedding'
Gunter Sachs: Playboy and husband of Brigitte Bardot who helped put Saint-Tropez and St Moritz on the jet-set map
Wednesday 11 May 2011
When the German multi-millionaire playboy Gunter Sachs began romancing the French screen idol Brigitte Bardot in May 1966, he didn't do things by halves. After he arranged for a helicopter to drop hundreds of red roses over La Madrague, her Côte d'Azur property, the then most desirable woman in the world certainly paid attention. "It's not every day a man drops a ton of roses in your backyard," Bardot later wrote in Initiales BB, her autobiography. Her sex kitten role in And God Created Woman, directed in 1956 by her first husband Roger Vadim, had already put Saint-Tropez on the map but her relationship with Sachs, covered in great detail by paparazzi and reporters, transformed what had been a sleepy Mediterranean fishing harbour into a must-visit destination for the jet set.
Monday 09 May 2011
Saturday 13 November 2010
Carola Long: 'Diana Vreeland’s deliciously decadent pronouncements turned her into a legendary fashion editor'
Saturday 30 October 2010
"Why don't you rinse your blond child's hair in dead champagne, to keep its gold, as they do in France?" It was this kind of deliciously decadent pronouncement that helped turn Diana Vreeland into a legendary fashion editor. The advice first appeared alongside other grand suggestions in her regular column called Why Don't You...? in US Harper's Bazaar where Vreeland was editor from the mid- Thirties through to1962, when she moved to US Vogue.
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