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Helen ‘Nell’ Hornby and her daughter Twiggy, 1965. Photo by Terry O’Neill

British fashion model Twiggy and her mum, London, England, United Kingdom, photograph by Terry O'Neill. Now in the permanent collection of the National Portrait Gallery.

Fannie Brice and her children, Frances and William, November 13, 1925. Frances and William's father was professional gambler Nicky Arnstein. Brice stood by Arnstein as he served time at Sing Sing Prison, only to be abandoned by him upon his release in 1927. Brice was a Ziegfeld Follies girl and perhaps best known for her role as Baby Snooks, She was later portrayed by famed actress Barbra Streisand in

November Fannie Brice and the children she had with husband Nicky Arnstein (who left her in daughter Frances and son William. Both used the last name Brice. William became a famous artist. Frances married Ray Stark who, years later, produced Funny Girl.

Twiggy and Ken Russel on the set of The Boy Friend directed by Ken Russel, photographed by David Hurn, 1970

Twiggy and Ken Russel on the set of The Boy Friend directed by Ken Russel, photographed by David Hurn, 1970

Twiggy in a suit! Mod Suit inspiration

Model Twiggy perched on a Mustang, circa Lesley Hornby Lawson (born September is known by the nickname Twiggy. An English model, actress and singer, she became a prominent British teenage model of Swinging Sixties.

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