Brigitte Bardot- The Lady From France Portrait NYC 1970
During the ’60s and ’70s, Bardot most definitely had a signature look, which drove her to style icon status. For makeup, she favored a dark cat-eye … and not much else. Her hair was usually worn up in a signature bouffant accessorized with a simple wide black headband or down in slightly messy layers.
This important Press portrait was taken by Art Zelin in the early stages of her career when she arrived in New York City. Press photos were taken within tight timeframes for the benefit of particular editorial board and with the aim of usage by the press and publishing industries.
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