Director : Jean Aurel
Costume Designer: No credits
Outfits likely created by Real (from designer Arlette Nastat Real) as they provided Bardot (according to her autobiography) with most of her on and off screen wardrobe for 20 years.
The job interview
Brigitte Bardot (and her then real-life lover) as Clara at Gare de Lyon train station.
In the train to the South of France, severe black suit and white shirt with extra-long silk scarf with psychedelic pattern
First glimpse of the jersey mini-dress that she’ll wear for most of the film (here with co-star Maurice Ronet as Jérôme)
Jersey dress in blue, white and apricot
A closer look at the jersey dress
At the hairdresser’s (in the train). I was surprised to find out that at that time, the Compagnie des Wagons-lits had first-class trains with a hair salon and a bookshop aboard. A luxury long gone.
Uncredited model, interesting cocktail ring!
Same model as previous, this is my favourite picture of the film
Marianne (Kristina Holme), one of Jérôme’s conquests.
Nice shot of Marianne wearing a little black dress and matching 1920’s inspired hat
Another hippie tunic
Marianne and her thick orange polyamidesque bathing suit
Anny Duperey as Hélène, posing naked at the School of Beaux-Arts
The journalist (uncredited)
The journalist, Lady Gaga anyone?