A model becomes the center of the universe in this conceptual photograph by John Rawlings. With the galaxy as a backdrop, she appears to float in the middle of the Milky Way by leaning on a subtle edge. She wears a violet evening dress by Maurice Rentner with one pleated shoulder strap that drapes to the waist. The stunning work appeared in the July 1, 1960, Vogue, near the end of Rawlings's 30-year career with Condé Nast.
Twiggy aka Lesley Hornby, was discovered in 1966 (when she was 16) by Nigel Davis, and modeled for Mary Quant. She is the first supermodel and is mostly known for her atypical looks, short hair and unusual make up style.