Mystery Illustration 77

Who is this innocent young girl-woman?



You can see her also on the left here.



Hint: she became one of the biggest sex symbols of the 20th century.

Answer after the jump.

"At the invitation of an acquaintance of her mother, she modelled in a fashion show in 1949. In the same year, she modelled for a fashion magazine "Jardin des Modes" managed by journalist Hélène Lazareff. Aged 15, she appeared on an 8 March 1950 cover of Elle and was noticed by a young film director, Roger Vadim, while babysitting. He showed an issue of the magazine to director and screenwriter Marc Allégret, who offered Bardot the opportunity to audition for Les lauriers sont coupés. Although Bardot got the role, the film was cancelled but made her consider becoming an actress. Her relationship with Vadim, who attended the audition, influenced her further life and career."
     Posted By: Paul - Wed Oct 03, 2018
     Category: Sex Symbols | 1950s





Comments
Once I saw the blonde hair I know it was Bardot.
Posted by Jeff in Potomac, MD on 10/03/18 at 08:46 AM
The poster girl for the National Rally (Front)
Posted by F.U.D. in Stockholm, Sweden on 10/03/18 at 11:56 AM









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