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#Veruschka #retro #model #moda #fashion #vestidos #dress #peinados #hairstyle #60s #70s #nature #retrosunday

#Veruschka #retro #model #moda #fashion #vestidos #dress #peinados #hairstyle #60s #70s #nature #retrosunday

Brooke Shields - America’s sweetheart Brooke Shields was the original girl with the eyebrows. The child model turned actress broke out of her wholesome image in the 1980 film The Blue Lagoon. With her big, bouncy brunette hair, an athletic figure and a string of well-connected famous friends, Brooke was the girl of the moment. Photo by Getty - Vogue UK

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Brooke Shields - America’s sweetheart Brooke Shields was the original girl with the eyebrows. The child model turned actress broke out of her wholesome image in the 1980 film The Blue Lagoon. With her big, bouncy brunette hair, an athletic figure and a string of well-connected famous friends, Brooke was the girl of the moment. Photo by Getty - Vogue UK

Carmen Dell'Orefice, Red Dress Collection 2005 - Carmen Dell'Orefice - Wikipedia, la enciclopedia libre

Carmen Dell'Orefice, Red Dress Collection 2005 - Carmen Dell'Orefice - Wikipedia, la enciclopedia libre

With her thin build and wide eyes, #Twiggy became one of the world's first supermodels and face of London’s "swinging sixties" mod scene. At the age of 16, Twiggy became one of the world's first supermodels and face of the "swinging sixties" in London's Carnaby Street mod scene Top model of the late 1960s who made skinny an "inny" along with other famous skinny models such as Jean Shrimpton ("The Shrimp"), Veruschka von Lehndorff, and Penelope Tree ("The Tree").

With her thin build and wide eyes, #Twiggy became one of the world's first supermodels and face of London’s "swinging sixties" mod scene. At the age of 16, Twiggy became one of the world's first supermodels and face of the "swinging sixties" in London's Carnaby Street mod scene Top model of the late 1960s who made skinny an "inny" along with other famous skinny models such as Jean Shrimpton ("The Shrimp"), Veruschka von Lehndorff, and Penelope Tree ("The Tree").

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