Even though Sharon's life was tragically cut short, we have an incredible
record of her amazing beauty. Sharon was one of the most photographed
women of the 1960's, her photos graced many
magazine covers and
articles, ads and products. Many of her images are what last to this
day, that personified the "hip culture" of the era.
hair styles are still copied, and they even made a Barbie Doll after a character
that Sharon portrayed in "Don't Make Waves" with Tony Curtis. Have you ever
heard of "Malibu Barbie"?
When Hollywood invokes the "beautiful, mod 60's chick", it seems they always
stop at Sharon's door. Did you notice the resemblance of Heather Graham's
style, from her hair to her clothes in
Powers, "The Spy Who Shagged Me?" Mike Myers character looked suspiciously
like Sharon's husband Roman Polanski, too, in a cartoonish sort of way. These
details did not escape Sharon's family, friends and loyal fans.
highly sought after as a model, Sharon worked with the masters of photography
during her era. Stern,
Chappell, and Bailey, but to name just a few. We hope that you enjoy
the galleries that are up now and we hope to bring you more in the coming
Simply put, while these photo images are frozen in time, in 1969, Sharon's
beauty was and is timeless. She will forever be remembered as the epitome
of feminine beauty. However, it was her inner beauty and loving,
gentle spirit, that is most remembered and missed by her family and friends.
Even though most of Sharon's fans never got the chance to meet her, we believe
that it was her spiritual gifts that transcended the celluloid and
managed to capture the imagination of her fans then