I used to have a girl crush back in the day for actress Charlotte Gainsbourg (daughter of Serge and Jane Birken) It sort of started because I loved author Ian McEwan and his amazing book "The CEMENT GARDEN", which was later turned into a film. Normally I despise books turned into movies, but this one got it down right. She played the seductive sister who lays out on the lawn listening to the radio (think Lolita, but more tough). Most remembered in this role for her line to her brother "I'll bet you wonder what it feels like for a girl" her voice later sampled my Madonna.
About 5 years ago I made a painting of her sister Lou Doillon leaning against a wallpapered backdrop. Her pouty mouth and interesting features most prominent. LOU has recently landed the cover of FRENCH PLAYBOY, and I'm sure has changed the minds of many on the sexiness of flat chested ladies. She exudes a Paris Chic quality, like Bardot before her. If ever the L-word needed a new season cast member, consider Lou (even her name screams bi-sexual bait)