Containing Multitudes Since 2004
interesting what some hair and makeup can do for a person
I have never seen this photo of the younger Jean Shrimpton before. You can certainly see the beauty in the face even at that young age. I think she was even more attractive then than she was later but then I fell in love with a girl like this at 17 so I must be biased. She broke Terence Stamp's heart. She would certainly break mine and I am no Terence Stamp. Which makes me think: I don't believe I have ever seen a photo of Terence Stamp on your blog but I could be mistaken. These people were in the orbit of the Beatles in the sixties. I met the Beatles in '63 before they were really huge. Four lads like the ones who live next door. This is my favorite blog and I hope you never stop digging up these great photos.
Miss Shrimpton and David Bailey possibly qualify for your They Were Collaborators series, as they were the first Swinging London-era symbiotic partnership.
I just did a search of your site and saw a great photo of Terence Stamp and Sammy Davis Jr. An unlikely pair but a great shot.
This site is amazing. I am a follower now (sounds kinda cult-y, but you know what I mean). Keep it up.
Great comparison photos.
Why, Jean, without your clothes . . . you're beautiful!
The difference between the two is just -- wow.I see now that my biggest mistake in life was not finding the proper stylist.
I never would have guessed she was airbrushed from the neck down.
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