amber-danique:

Peace March in San Francisco, 1967 - from Life Magazine.

amber-danique:

Peace March in San Francisco, 1967 - from Life Magazine.

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sonicmoose:

The Best Albums Released in 1967

60sfangirl:

Twiggy doing her makeup in her bedroom, 1966 (with The Beatles’ LP Revolver on the floor).

60sfangirl:

Twiggy doing her makeup in her bedroom, 1966 (with The Beatles’ LP Revolver on the floor).

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groupiesoutrageously:

Girlfriend & Muse

Celia Hammond

At first happy to model fur, she later became concerned about the cruelty of the fur trade and took a stand against fur.

I have not been willing to model fur or suede for the past six years, though I have yet to draw a line on leather shoes. When I was working full-time modelling was hard work, well-paid and amusing. I wish I had done something more important, but I was caught up in the web of making money.

I wrote this song to show what’s going on. And the song is influenced by Celia Hammond, the great 60s model who is such a Green Goddess for all the creatures of the Earth. Shortly after I released ‘Celia of the Seals’ back in the 70s, I was glad to see a reduced demand for seal products worldwide." - Donovan on his song 'Celia of the Seals'

She had a long relationship with Jeff Beck from 1968 to 1992. That is her face on the cover of his album “Truth” (middle picture).

shelley-fabulous:

Hayley Mills, 1963.

o-aeoz:

Albums

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"[The word groupie] has become a tawdry, naughty word, it’s been stretched all over the place, and I just wanna take it back. I want to show how these girls were an integral part of the scene." - Pamela Des Barres, Let’s Spend the Night Together: Confessions of Rock’s Greatest Groupies (2011)

Vogue UK, November 1967

Vogue UK, November 1967