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Paloma Picasso (born April 19, 1949, Vallauris, France) is a French/Spanish fashion designer and businesswoman. She is the daughter of artists Pablo Picasso and Françoise Gilot. She played countess Countess Erzsébet Báthory in Polish filmmaker Walerian Borowczyk's erotic film, Immoral Tales (1974), receiving praise from the critics for her beauty. She has never acted since.

Career

At an early age, Paloma was the subject of many of her father's works, including Paloma with an Orange and Paloma in Blue. Eventually she turned to the field of fashion design and started her own company and brand, such as her eponymous perfume and a line of evening wear. She also designs jewelry for Tiffany & Co. and was known as a regular at the legendary discotheque Studio 54.

She made a notorious appearance as the Countess Erzsébet Báthory in Polish filmmaker Walerian Borowczyk's erotic film, Immoral Tales (1974).

Picasso lives in Lausanne, Switzerland.





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