1968. A variant of a photo of Twiggy that appeared on page 60 of the July issue of Vogue captioned:
Looking like a picture, left: Twiggy framed in ropes of hair arranged by Ara Gallant, with hairpieces of real hair and Tovar-Tresses Dynel … “running ahead of us, a young English girl whose blonde hair streamed on her shoulders … ‘What a pretty girl,’ said I, ‘especially if the hair is all hers!’ ‘Why especially?’ asked Baudelaire quickly. ‘She would only be more intriguing and more attractive if this hair, beautifully arranged, were not her own’ … ‘My dear Baudelaire, I know your theories on women’s beauty. Let me believe more in nature than in art of artifice’ … ‘I’ve caught you there,’ he said to me. ‘You know as well as I do that none of it is natural, any yet you are admiring it!’”
Maxime Rude, Confidences d’un Journaliste, 1876
Photo by Richard Avedon.