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Brigitte Bardot - "Brigitte Bardot is the epitome of effortless, sexy glamour. Rachel Zoe, Editor In Chief

Maybe it’s a sidewalk glimpse of a crisp cat eye. Or maybe it’s full-on fringe envy from the salon chair. Beauty inspiration can strike at any time. But when it comes to finding your own signature style, the fuel often comes from Hollywood, whether…

Sophia Loren’s unapologetically sensual style continues to remind women to take ownership of their curves—and their careers. The Italian actress's long-lasting career (and her array of roles) can be attributed to her tenacity and bold approach to life and style.

Sophia Loren’s unapologetically sensual style continues to remind women to take ownership of their curves—and their careers. The Italian actress's long-lasting career (and her array of roles) can be attributed to her tenacity and bold approach to life and style.

Monica Bellucci Photos - Monica Bellucci joins Robert De Niro on the night set of "Manuale d'amore 3." De Niro plays an American professor who falls in love with an Italian woman, played by Bellucci. - Monica Belluci and Robert De Niro on Set

Monica Bellucci Photos Photos - Italian film actress Monica Bellucci performs during her theatrical debut as the iconic Greek opera star Maria Callas in the ancient stone theatre Odeon of Herodes Atticus on September 21, 2021 in Athens, Greece. Monica Bellucci Portrays Maria Callas At The Odeon Of Herodes Atticus in Athens

East-German postcard by VEB Progress Filmvertrieb, Berlin, no. 20/70, 1970. Photo: publicity still for Il giorno della civetta/The Day of the Owl (Damiano Damiani, 1968). Italian actress Claudia Cardinale (1938) is one of Europe's iconic and most versatile film stars. The combination of her beauty, dark, flashing eyes, explosive sexuality and genuine acting talent virtually guaranteed her stardom. Her most notable films include 8½ (Federico Fellini, 1963), Il Gattopardo

East-German postcard by VEB Progress Filmvertrieb, Berlin, no. 20/70, 1970. Photo: publicity still for Il giorno della civetta/The Day of the Owl (Damiano Damiani, 1968). Italian actress Claudia Cardinale (1938) is one of Europe's iconic and most versatile film stars. The combination of her beauty, dark, flashing eyes, explosive sexuality and genuine acting talent virtually guaranteed her stardom. Her most notable films include 8½ (Federico Fellini, 1963), Il Gattopardo (Luchino Visconti…