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Timeless Style Icons


World-renowned women who shone in the golden age of world cinema and stood out for their beauty, style and personality. They became the most timeless style icons of all time and created ideal models of beauty and fashion.

By Alexandra Tryfonos

Brigitte Bardot has been a genuine femme fatale of the ‘50s,’ 60s, and ‘70s and a worthy representative of the French elegance and effortless beauty. She loved the simple and feminine appearances. She emphasized her blonde hair by suggesting unpretentious hairstyles, such as the characteristic messy up-dos. In her makeup she preferred the heavy cat-eye with a smudgy effect and nude shades on her lips. B.B has remained faithful to her personal style, which has been established as a totally timeless one, and until now her face is often a source of inspiration in the fashion industry and in the creation of stylistic proposals. Read more Here.

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The elegant style and beauty of the Belgian actress Audrey Hepburn is synonymous with Hollywood’s glory in the 20th century. She was loved for both her feminine presence as well as her charming spirit. She was Hubert de Givenchy’s muse, who was in charge of her personal appearances and he designed the famous dresses that Audrey wore on the timeless movies Funny Face and Breakfast at Tiffany’s. Through every one of her film she always presented a new kind of fashion and style. Audrey was aware of her strong point, her delicate face, and her makeup focused on her eyebrows and her stunning look, with her eyes highlighted with eyeliner and several layers of mascara, while for her lips she most often picked natural peach shades. Read more HERE.

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The seductive and sensual beauty of Marilyn Monroe and her presence through her roles created the sex symbol of the ‘50s, the ultimate pin up girl that has made the male population delirious. Marilyn never separated from her Chanel No5 perfume and made the red lipstick symbol of eroticism and femininity while she left forever written in the memory of all her famous white dress in the film “The Seven Year Itch”. Read more HERE.

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