BEVERLY HILLS, Calif., Sept. 25, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- On the eve of Brigitte Bardot's 81st birthday, many of fashion's finest pay tribute to the screen siren. It starts with the perfect shade of lipcolor from Dolce & Gabbana and having a sexy kitten ballet slippers named after you. If you are Los Angeles Artist Keiko with access to the world's most legendary photographer's archive, you start with screen and dust.
Brigitte Bardot is a legend when it comes to fashion, and her influence is still widely visible today. BB Cigar Graphite Screenprint has been Diamond Dusted to magnify the timeless beauty and strength of Brigitte Bardot, BB. The hand-pulled silkscreen with original mixed color by Keiko is a limited edition of 15. Exclusively available at Mouche Gallery in Beverly Hills.
The silkscreen features renown actress, Brigitte Bardot, smoking a slim cigar on the set of "The Legend of Frenchie King" in Spain, 1971. This original photograph is in the permanent collection of the National Portrait Museum in London. It has been published around the world. If it has an air of familiarity, it is because the top super models of the world have imitated Terry O'Neill's Bardot Cigar and it has become one of fashion's most celebrated photographs.
Vogue Magazine - "When it comes to photographic legends there can be few more prolific or revered than Terry O'Neill who shot the greats." Keiko Noah has collaborated for many years with leading photographers and celebrity artists, bringing their collections to the world.
Mouche Gallery in Beverly Hills, boasts a collection of expertly curated contemporary art, fine art photography & merchandise that is always at the trending forefront of culture, fashion, and luxury.
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