In our age-obsessed culture, 51-year-old actress Sharon Stone may no longer be the bombshell sex symbol she was at the apex of her career 20 years ago. In some quarters, however, the woman is still a grand muse, an icon and a veritable superstar. All you need to do to bear witness to this fact is to pick up the May 2009 issue of Elle Magazine Argentina.
Lensed by Jean-Baptiste Mondino, Sharon Stone is captured in an elegant spread called “Sharon Stone—La Gran Musa” where she channels the archetypal females in films directed by such iconic industry giants as Francois Truffaut, Jean Luc Goddard, Federico Fellini, David Lynch, and Francis Ford Coppola.
The spread contains a couple of spicy images which recall Sharon Stone as that gorgeous but lethal femme fatale in ‘Basic Instinct.’
Sharon Stone Plays Muse for Elle Magazine
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