Celia Hammond was a popular model in the 1960s who had a long relationship with famous musician Jeff Beck. The blonde beauty modelled in Vogue (naturally) and was a favorite of renowned British fashion photographer Terence Donovan. Although she was well-known for her ties to powerful men in creative industries, her big blue eyes and unique sense of style also got her a little attention, too.
After years of wearing fur as a model, Hammond became a devout anti-fur and animal rights activist. In this 1970 photo the young lady was snapped in an airport in a fuzzy coat (we are guessing that it's faux fur) and some high boots. We love how she belted her dress to define her figure and chose a dainty handbag (the duty-free booze is a nice accessory, too). Would you wear fur?
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Art by Raydene Salinas