Brigitte Bardot in “Please, Not Now!”, a French comedy film released in 1961, directed by Roger Vadim.
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Repost @unjourunephotolawebserie - Le 19 décembre 1952, Roger Vadim épouse Brigitte Bardot qui s’apprête à faire carrière au cinéma. Les mariés n’oublient pas les traditions : robe blanche et voile charmant pour elle, costume sombre et jacket pour lui. L’ascenseur à l’ancienne, dans lequel ils se sont engouffrés, est celui de l’immeuble des parents de Brigitte Bardot dans le 17e arrondissement. Le photographe René Vital les appelle. Les jeunes mariés lèvent la tête. Le saviez-vous ? Selon Vadim, Brigitte Bardot est la « grande star internationale connue dans le monde entier, sans doute la personne la plus connue sur la planète après le Général de Gaulle à cette époque ». #unjourunephotolawebserie#parismatch#rogervadim#vadim#bardot#brigittebardot#mariage#maries #1952 #paris
“The golden age has not passed; it lies in the future.” - Paul Signac
We guess you already know a lot about Saint Tropez, but there are still some interesting facts that you have to learn. Of course, the best way to do that is by visiting St. Tropez, and you can be sure the locals will give you a warm welcome, as their main economic resource is tourism. However, if you are eager to learn a few secrets about this place before coming here, we will share them with you!
First of all, you should know that the “discoverer” of Saint Tropez was the famous painter Paul Signac. He was forced to shelter in this beautiful town for a few days from bad weather. After he fell in love with St. Tropez’ charm, he built a house here and entertained many well-known artists, including Matisse.
Let’s leave famous painters on a side for a moment, and talk about practical stuff. Do you know what are “Sandales tropéziennes?” .
Sandales tropéziennes are simple, elegant, handmade leather sandals that come from this lovely town. They gained popularity as celebrities have worn them, and they are treated to resist salt water which makes them quite handy. If you want to buy a pair, you’ll have to come to Saint Tropez!
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