Pattie Boyd, the model who is largely recognized with inspiring the groovy style of the 1960s, is the one to whom we owe the name Twiggy. Without her, we would not have such a famous model. The model gained fame for her participation in the most famous rock and roll love triangle of all time, which also included George Harrison and Eric Clapton.
In addition to becoming a regular face on the cover of British Vogue, the model became famous for her involvement in the love triangle. Boyd changed her focus to photography as her career as a model came to an end, and she went on to take some breathtaking pictures of the “rock gods” of the 1960s. Her images were featured in an exhibition at a Sydney gallery as recently as 2008.