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Jean Shrimpton in Elle Magazine

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Sixties chic Jean Shrimpton models a striped denim mini-dress with a floral blouse and large white cravat, 1969 March Vogue Photo Gianni Penati

Jean Shrimpton in Vogue September 1962: I must copy her tweed skirt~love the shaping at the waist minus the straps

Jean Shrimpton in Vogue September I must copy her tweed skirt~love the shaping at the waist minus the straps

Jean Shrimpton, Mademoiselle Magazine, 1964 (Lady Van Heusen Advertisement)

Jean Shrimpton, Mademoiselle Magazine, 1964 (Lady Van Heusen Advertisement) (My friends & I actually wore this kind of outfit to school every day!

Jean Shrimpton An iconic moment in fashion history.

The Mini Turns 50: Iconic Skirt Moments

Jean Shrimpton love this outfit

English supermodel Jean Shrimpton nestles into a haystack, circa Known as the definitive symbol of London's

In honor of The Shrimp's birthday, we rounded up the model's most iconic photos from the era which she helped define.

Happy Birthday, Jean Shrimpton! See the Iconic Photos

Jean Shrimpton

60 Iconic Women Who Prove Style Peaked In The '60s

Jean Shrimpton One of the world’s first supermodels, Shrimpton appeared on the cover of countless magazines, helped to launch the miniskirt, and ushered in a new era of skinny long-legged models. Her fringe and pout are the stuff of legend.

Model Jean Shrimpton’s fashion statement changed the world forever – Picture: Duncan Killick

"One Day at the Races. Shot by Duncan Killick. Styling by Emma Freebairn.

1964 Jean Shrimpton in a calf-length gray velveteen gown lavishly beaded in gold at the hem and sleeve, worn with a beige satin wrap, by Nina Ricci, photo by Richard Avedon, Harper's Bazaar

Richard Avedon - 1964 Jean Shrimpton in a calf-length gray velveteen gown lavishly beaded in gold at the hem and sleeve, worn with a beige satin wrap Nina Ricci - Harper's Bazaar

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