There is a French proverb: To live happy, live hidden. Where can Brigitte Bardot hide?— Brigitte Bardot
Lust Bardot quotations
When I think of a bombshell, I immediately think of Bridget Bardot.
She's a woman who is so secure and just oozes sexy. Whether you are super feminine or more into that boyish style, you just own your look.
I have the insecurities of any actress, I suppose of any woman.
Even the most beautiful ones feel unhappy. Look at Bardot: she was suicidal. But I like to play with the camera. I like to ham it up.
Yes, I've kissed a lot of guys. I like to kiss, but that's it. I don't go home with anyone. I sleep with my animals, like my baby monkey, Brigitte Bardot.
I loved what Brigitte Bardot represented in the 60's. Definite favourite.
Brigitte Bardot was one of the first women to be really modern and treat men like love objects, buying them and discarding them. I like that.
Bardot, Byron, Hitler, Hemingway, Monroe, Sade: we do not require our heroes to be subtle, just to be big. Then we can depend on someone to make them subtle.
What I'm doing now is having people with and around me to build what other designers built before - like Pierre Balmain with Josephine Baker, Audrey Hepburn, Dalida, Brigitte Bardot.
France isn't burkinis on the beach. France is Brigitte Bardot. That's France.
Volume in your hair is sexy, and it doesn't necessarily have to be that Brigitte Bardot kind of volume - it's just that nice texture up top that gives it some life and body to it.
I admire so many women, it's hard to choose, but I've always loved Marilyn Monroe, Brigitte Bardot, and Mia Farrow.
I like all the old-fashioned icons. My friends are artists, so they make me up to look like certain people. I am more inspired by people like Jane Fonda or Brigitte Bardot - people who did something as activists.
My style icons would be people like Brigitte Bardot and old Hollywood actresses who always look so stunning, cool and chic. I like classic and timeless looks.
She's the only woman I've ever had a sexual fantasy about.
With me, looks come first, and she's everything a woman should be. She's blonde and beautiful, she's got the most incredible legs - et cetera, et cetera. And she's French as well. (on Brigitte Bardot)
I can't relate to Mansfield or Monroe.
The only one I can relate to is Bardot. First of all, there's a certain physical similarity between us. Second of all, she was very strong--she didn't have that affected sexuality.
As for Aliki - if you were to stand in the middle of Rome and say the name Sophia Loren, or Paris and say the name Catherine Deneuve or Brigitte Bardot, or L.A. and the name Marilyn Monroe, it's like standing in Athens, or anywhere in wide-flung Greece, and saying Aliki Vougiouklaki. A huge star - and so little known elsewhere in the world.
My two style icons are Edie Sedgwick and Brigitte Bardot.
I knew I had to be the best at something, otherwise I would be nothing.
I knew I wanted the world to know about Brigitte Bardot.
I don't regret the numerous pictures of Brigitte Bardot, but I'd rather have a good photograph of my father.