Jane Birkin is the ultimate muse of 1960s swinging London, the famous carnal and creative partner of French singer-songwriter and powerhouse provocateur Serge Gainsbourg, and Jane Birkin sports the most lip-smackingly long and mammothly mouth-watering nipples possibly in the history of humanity and definitely in the entire annals of skinema. Niptastic knockout Jane Birkin debuted in Richard Lester's The Knack, And How to Get It (1965). Oh, she got it, appearing next as one of the nude dancing models who romp with Vanessa Redgrave nude in Michelangelo Antonioni's groundbreaking, psychedelic sextacular Blowup (1966).
And from there, movies lit up forever after with scorching visions of Jane Birkin nude. Since then, she has appeared in some state of undress in at least fifteen films and continues to do so to this day, generally in French cinema, where she made massive skinternational impact as a songbird by brilliantly moaning, cooing, and wailing with orgasmic intensity on Serge Gainsbourg's scandalous worldwide pop hit, "Je t'aime, Moi non Plus" (1967), which the pair then adapted as a crazily kinky flesh fest for the big screen in 1976.
A wonder waif who packs superhuman heat into her tiny physique and gigantic, gorgeous, doorknob-proportioned Jane Birkin nipples, every one of her performances is electrifyingly erotic. Check her out in Alba Pagana (1969), as Brigitte Bardot's lover in Don Juan 73 (1973), and Je t'aime moi non plus (1976), in which she plays an androgynous bartender. For some of the breast Jane Birkin nude see this tiny-titted, gloriously humongous nipples there's Le Mouton enrage (1974), featuring Jane in some seriously hot full-frontal scenes. Bon appetitties!
In a rapturous example of "like mother, like daughter," Jane Birkin is also the mom of naked sensation Charlotte Gainsbourg, who inherited her mother's inhibition-free approach to acting while naked, as well as the family's true jewels: deliciously beautiful nipples the size of lightbulbs.
Sadly, Jane left us in the summer of 2023 after a long battle with cancer, but her legacy lives on in the skincredible work she did throughout her life! The world will never stop jerkin' to Birkin!