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Carolyn Murphy by Helmut Newton for Vogue Paris, May 1997

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Brigitta Bungard wears Thierry Mulger, photographed By Helmet Newton, Monaco, 1998.

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Jane Birkin

Jane Birkin + Brigitte Bardot

Jane on Brigitte:

"Every inch of her was perfect. There was not one fault in the girl. I remember that during that love scene between the two of us, I tried to twist my naked legs around hers so that people might mistake them for hers."

"She still writes to me, because I give money to her dogs’ association. The postcards I get from her are always rather sad. I think she has difficulty walking. Although she has a dubious private life with rather doubtful characters, she’s made people have a sort of moral conscience. People consider her as being animal-mad because human beings have been so disappointing to her, which I think is true. She was so beautiful that people were envious of her. In a scene when we came out of a car, she’d been crying, so she had a slightly red face and people were delighted. They were cruel to her because she was dangerous and could have nicked their husbands."

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Jane Birkin photographed by Patrick Lichfield, 1969.

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Jane Birkin

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1970 Jane & Serge | Photos: Bert Stern for Vogue | New York

Legendary celebrity photographer Bert Stern was known for his ability to coax a truly spontaneous and unexpected moment from his subjects. In this image from the June 1, 1970, Vogue, a playful Serge Gainsbourg tries to fell his then wife, singer and actress Jane Birkin. Birkin wears a midriff-baring top and matching skirt by Maxime de la Falaise and knee-high Capezio boots. Gainsbourg, a times a director and actor, is also one of the most highly regarded musicians in the world. - Via

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Bardot & Birkin