Grace Kelly (1956)
The great blonde beauty who married into Monaco’s royalty in 1956. She personified cool, sophistication, elegance and Old Hollywood glamour.
Audrey Hepburn (1961)
Known for her gamine and effin look, she embodied what’s chic in Hollywood. Once a muse for Givenchy and later a poster girl for humanitarian causes, a true beauty inside and out.
Sophia Loren (1961)
This Italian vixen puts the S in smoulder and the v in vavavoom. An international sex symbol during her prime, she is the originator of “the pout”.
Brooke Shields (1980)
Once one of the most recognizable faces in the world, this actress and one time supermodel has grown from being everybody’s pretty baby to a lipstick jungle amazon.
Vanessa Williams (1997)
In 1983, the world stood to watch the first African American Miss America crowned. In the 1990s, she became the first African American spokesmodel for L’Oreal.
Winona Ryder (1993)
She may largely be known for her alienating roles and public behavior but her name regularly appears on lists of the most memorable faces such as this.
Aishwarya Rai (2005)
Hailed as the most beautiful woman in the world by CBS News in 2007 (and Julia Roberts agrees) based on Internet polls and Web site features.
Monica Bellucci (2000)
According to Esquire magazine (2001), this is what desire is all about. Currently she is the “it” girl for several Dior cosmestics.
Hair or no hair, she debunks the theory that the concept of “beauty and brains” is a myth.
Gong Li (2005)
The face of L’Oreal in most of Asia, Li almost single-handedly brought Western awareness of Chinese cinema to new heights.