Before Lara Stone there was another gap-toothed model that snagged Vogue covers and a British celebrity hubby: '60s style muse Pattie Boyd. Boyd married Beatle George Harrison when she was 20, two years after Boyd declined to go on a mere date with him when they met on the set of A Hard Day's Night. But she wasn't just any groupie: Boyd was a photographer, wrote for 16 magazine and modeled for designers like Mary Quant. She also happened to be the inspiration for Harrison's "Something" and, later, for Eric Clapton's "Layla" (yes, she married her ex's bestie).
In this 1966 photo she wears a fabulously mod black and white printed shift dress by iconic designer Ossie Clark. With her trademark grin and heavy cat-eye makeup she's the epitome of '60s sexiness. Will you try her look?
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Art by Raydene Salinas