THE WHO - 1969.
Peace March in San Francisco, 1967 - from Life Magazine.
The Best Albums Released in 1967
Twiggy doing her makeup in her bedroom, 1966 (with The Beatles’ LP Revolver on the floor).
Girlfriend & Muse
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).
Hayley Mills, 1963.
"[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)