Anita Pallenberg 🌹1967
Nobody's pet, her relationships with Brian Jones and Keith Richards added to the allure, as did appearances in such epoch-defining movies as Barbarella and Performance. All the while Pallenberg’s natural grace was accentuated by effortless merging of vintage pieces with the work of such giants as Ossie Clark... 'He was a nasty piece of work, a trouble-maker. If he came to Cheyne Walk, he’d be so unbearable we had to throw him out. And he was like that till the end. He was backstage at a Stones concert a couple of years before he died (murdered by his psychotic lover Diego Cogolato) and he was so loud, unpleasant and arrogant we had to throw him out again!' - Pallenberg on Ossie.
And how about that vintage lamp!!!! DIE! 'One time I bought a second-hand red fox fur coat which is in Performance. I’d wear that to modelling jobs with just my underwear, boots and a bag because you couldn’t leave your clothes lying around. The other models would steal them'- Through the 70s to this day, Pallenberg embodies rock & roll chic – much emulated, never bettered!