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Sofitel hotels celebrate Bardot's life with photo exhibit

Posted by Paul Kandarian  March 9, 2012 07:19 AM

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The Sofitel luxury hotel chain launches "BB Forever - Brigitte Bardot - The Legend," an exclusive traveling photo exhibit devoted to the legendary French actress, model, singer and animal-rights activist.

The exhibit showcases 30 exclusive photos of Bardot's rise to fame, and will be open to all guests and visitors at Sofitel hotels in L.A. Feb. 21-March 26; Chicago, April 19-June 7; Washington, D.C., June 21-Sept. 13; and New York City, Sept. 26-Dec. 31. zpfile000.jpg

Hotel officials said it is the first time an exhibit featuring Bardot will appear in North America. Designed in collaboration with Henry-Jean Servat, a French journalist and author, the exhibit retraces Bardot's life through photos, following her film experience from teen dreamer to star.

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