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Beach Icon Bo Derek on Why One-Pieces Are the Sexiest Swimsuits
Beach Icon Bo Derek on Why One-Piece Swimsuits are the Sexiest | InStyle
By MailOnline Reporter. She soared to fame in sexy beach scenes in the film 10 - and became known for one very memorable gold swimsuit. And s sex symbol Bo Derek, 60, showed she's still got it when she displayed her enviably trim figure while taking part in a swimming race on the idyllic Greek island of Spetses on Saturday. The actress and Playboy cover girl, who set hearts racing in her first major film role as Jenny Miles, showed her age-defying beauty with her radiant skin and tiny waist at the event. Still a Bo Derek, 60, who soared to fame after her beach scene in the film, 10 right flaunted her age-defying trim figure on the Greek island of Spetses on Saturday left. Taking her place as one of the thousands of participants in the Spetses Mini Marathon series over the weekend, the Hollywood star looked stunning in a figure-hugging purple swimming top and a tiny pair of bikini bottoms. She opted for large dark shades to protect her eyes from the Greek sunshine, and flashed a dazzling smile as she stretched ahead of her stint in the sea.
Before the arrival of the bikini in , swimwear was modest and understated. There was a breakthrough moment in the s when skirts were accepted, however women were subject to arrest if their hemline exceeded an inch too far above the knee. That's right—police would patrol the beaches with measuring tape. Swimwear constantly bordered salacity and was considered a taboo subject. That is, until the rebellious Louis Reard brought our beloved bikini into the world and changed everything.
Here, former actress and model Bo Derek makes a case for the one-piece swimsuit. Sometimes being covered up is more suggestive. I think if my character in [the film] 10, Jenny, had worn a red or black bikini it would have felt too contemporary to create that sense of fantasy. The style above reminds me of the lovely scoop-neck suit I wore throughout the movie. We actually used two different suits for the part: The first—which I think was by Cole or Jantzen, two big swim labels at the time—was lost in production before we shot the scene where I run on the beach, so we had to replace it with a leotard that looked similar.