When you have natal Venus in Leo trine Jupiter in Sagittarius, your sense of style and creativity is automatically amplified to support maximal living. Even the most minor aesthetic or artistic impulse tornadoes up into something sensational.
Here are some fantastic examples of the genre. Above, Yves Saint Laurent at work. Below Anya Rubik modeling an ultra-Leo cape.
Not every Venus in Leo trine Jupiter in Sagittarius person needs to be a glamor pussy or fashion designer. This high-vibe energy also lends itself to writing iconic books. Above, Truman Capote. Below, George RR Martin, the Game of Thrones author.
Lauren Bacall is pure icon. Though she is best known for her more youthful femme fatale roles, she conjured up an ahead of its time influencer career for herself in the 80s and 90s, after her second Saturn Return. She guest-starred in quirky television shows and was the spokesmodel for Frisky Feast, among other products.
And, speaking of post-second Saturn Return reinventions, here is David Duchovny. Best known for his role as Mulder in The X Files, he is revamping himself as a singer. It grew, he said, out of his desire to master an instrument. Much as we can talk about Performance Leo energy, attuning to the music, composing and making music is ultra Leo, Leo Rising and Leo anything really. Jupiter in trine just magnifies the trait.
A multi-award-winning Italian born actor, Marcello Mastroianni contributed a ludicrous amount of meta-stylish imagery and vibe to culture. His close associations with several of his era’s most notable female stars made him catnip for paparazzi.
And finally, photographed at Cannes in Leonic Gold, here is French actor Marion Cotillard. This comment, from a Vogue interview, is SO Venus in Leo/Jupiter in Saggo.
Her knowledge of painting is layered with emotion. She was in love with Modigliani. “I spent half my time here, and the rest on his grave at the Père Lachaise,” she says in front of one of his portraits of his wife, Jeanne. Her obsession led her to do some strange things. “In 1996, when the big Crédit Lyonnais bank was burning on the TV news, I saw a man in a green jacket panicking because he had a Modigliani in a vault. I jumped on the Métro to find him, so he could show me the Modigliani if it survived. I asked all the firemen if they’d seen the man in a green jacket. They thought I was nuts.”