Isabella Rossellini
The woman is just plain beautiful—and we're not simply talking about looks. Actress Isabella Rossellini (daughter of Ingrid Bergman and director Roberto Rossellini) is so comfortable in her skin, and in front of a camera, that sharing her reminiscences in Looking at Me: On Pictures and Photographers (Schirmer Art Books) is like hanging out with a famous friend who refuses to take herself seriously.

Whether posing for Richard Avedon (he told her to "change your thoughts"—then caught her cheating) or cuddling with Spanky, her pig, Rossellini is candid, charming and—even under mountains of makeup—gorgeously real.

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