First time I went over to Robin Rose's house, she had a poster of Farrah Fawcett on the back of her door. I was a kid, no boobs of my own yet, but I couldn't take my eyes off that red swimsuit. If I have always believed that a one-piece on the right woman can be just as sexy as a bikini, it's Farrah's fault. To celebrate Hollywood on the beach, just in time for summer Elle has come up with a list of the hottest swimwear moments on film. Phoebe Cates in Fast Times at Ridgemont High. Most people of a certain age remember when this movie hit theatres and especially when it seemed to be on perpetual loop on HBO, back when HBO was the thing your friends had, but you never did. So every time you visited them, there was a chance you'd see Phoebe Cates in that bright red bikini. Bo Derek in 10. The braids and beads! The bod! I remember the conversations among mothers for years after that film about how Bo Derek was some impossible combination of sizes like an 8 on top and a 2 on the bottom. It didn't really matter except it added to the impossibility of mortal women ever being able to pull off a tan tank and a beach run. Brooke Shields in Blue Lagoon. I couldn't even remember Brooke Shields wearing a bathing suit in Blue Lagoon. But then, even when I was ten and sneaking to watch it (friend's HBO, of course), I felt a little creepy about the whole film, lovely as she was. Halle Berry in James Bond. Halle Berry in a tiny orange bikini. Impossibly fit. Impossible. Demi Moore in Charlie's Angels: Full Throttle. She could've stopped bullets with her abs in her famous black bikini scene. At 41, she proved fitness and sex appeal are an excellent anti-aging combo. Keira Knightley in Atonement. It takes a special woman to pull off a period suit like the one she wore in this film, but Keira Knightley managed to make a halterneck skirted suit and bathing cap sexy. There should be a special category of awards for that. Pam Grier in Coffy. Hell, Pam Grier in anything. Pam Grier doesn't need a white bikini to be the hottest thing on the screen. But she can do that too. Ursula Andress in Dr. No. A ruched top bikini with a knife belt on her hip and Ursula Andress could have taken over the world with two conch shells before her hair dried. Lori Petty in Point Break. The surfer girl proves that a wetsuit is every bit a part of a modern woman's wardrobe. Cool factor: one million. Because women who can get out there and ride the waves don't get invited to the party; they are the party. Selena Gomez and Vanessa Hudgens in Spring Breakers. As much as most of us want to cringe a little at these two in this particular film, the suits are good. Especially the coral and turquoise mismatched bikini top and bottom. Those two colours will forever say summer on the beach. And the bandeau top is a classic. No tan lines! Which big screen bathing beauty did we miss?