She Has Been Named the Most Beautiful Actress in History


The Chanel Fashion House hosted the Fall / Winter 2020 fashion show today at Paris Fashion Week.

The show attracted a large number of celebrities, with famous French actress Isabelle Adjani sitting in the front row.

Everyone was curious to see what the new models would look like after the Lagerfield era. The mix of high elegance and street style left no one indifferent.

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Models were changing on the runway, but the audience was also looking at a woman in the front row. It was the actress who was named the most beautiful actress in history in 2011 by the LA Times.

And such a title is not easy to carry.

Especially if you are in the business of Isabelle Adjani, in whom your job depends a lot on your appearance.

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A French woman who was named the most beautiful actress in history by the LA Times in 2011 has failed to resist plastic surgery.

As one looks at her old pictures, everyone wonders, “Why did she decide to change anything on her face at all?”

They ask because Isabelle was beautiful, but that question is appropriate for a person who wants to correct their physical appearance. The reason for this desire is often not enough justification or even a desirable justification for someone to “operate”.

Isabella had no measures and today, unfortunately, we can say that it is not a good advertisement for plastic surgery.

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The actress, who has been casting about 30 roles since 1970, had no reason to impair her natural beauty – and you know how rare such natural beauty is.

Today Isabelle is not alone, there are many well-known examples that have exaggerated aesthetic corrections.

And we wonder again why?

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