" Proposer aux femmes un vêtement qui leur procure à la fois cette audace et cette élégance qu’elles méritent. "

  • Brigitte Bardot,

    is a French actress, model, dancer, singer, animal rights activist and writer. Born September 28, 1934 in Paris, Brigitte Bardot is a world star! She is the female figure, the muse and muse of great artists between the 1950s and the 1970s.
  • Daughter of an industrialist, Louis Bardot, and a housewife Anne-Marie Mucel, she received a strict education with her younger sister Marie-Jeanne. With a cheeky temperament, she evolves in an artistic universe by practicing classical dance and lends herself to acting when her father, passionate about cinema, takes out his camera.
  • All of Paris parades through the family apartment. She quickly became noticed by Hélène Lazareff, a great friend of her mother and director of Elle magazine. At 15, Brigitte made the front page of the weekly magazine many times.
  • In 1948, she passed the entrance exam for the Paris Conservatory of Dance. Director Marc Allégret noticed this face and auditioned him for Les lauriers sont coupes but the film was forgotten. At 18, she married the young assistant director, Rober Vadim.
  • In 1952, she landed her first role in Jean Boyer's film Le trou normand, alongside Bourvil. Then in 1955, she made several films such as, The Great Maneuvers, This Sacred Kid, The Light of the Face.
  • After a dazzling appearance at the Cannes Film Festival where she decided to lighten her hair. The film And God…Created Woman, directed by Rober, was a huge success which propelled her to the rank of international star. The BB myth was born and she went on to do numerous shoots…
  • It was in 1959 that she met Jacques Charrier, during the filming of Babette Goes to War who would become her husband and the father of her son Nicolas. They divorced three years later.
  • In 1966, the duo she formed with Jeanne Moreau in Viva Maria! is a new worldwide success.
  • In 1968, she lent her features to the French Marianne. His bust, sculpted by Aslan, adorns all town halls in France.
  • In 1973, Brigitte announced that she was ending her film career. She begins a new life, far from media agitation and devotes herself exclusively to the defense of animals.
  • In 1986, she created her association, the Brigitte Bardot Foundation, which aims to put an end to the mistreatment of animals and opposes the commercialization of their fur.
  • Today she has two granddaughters, Théa and Joséphine, and a great-granddaughter Anna Camilla.