model muse :: mia farrow.

The 60’s. Every model shot looks so amazing and authentic. Somehow even though we are 50 years down the track, we can still resonate so strongly with them. Shift dresses are everywhere.

Mia’s acting, her modelling, and her hair, make her so memorable and treasured. It’s so easy to see why she once played Daisy Buchanan. She is the epitome of girlish beauty. The sort of understated beauty that lives on forever, that people want to mimic forever.

That’s what ‘supermodels’ used to be – someone all women could identify with, and even with their striking beauty, maybe even get close to appearing like them or stealing their style. Now it may be a little more unrealistic. But what’s wrong with normal anyway.

Even as she has aged we can admire her – seriously philanthropic. She met Nelson Mandela. That is the best part of all.

mia farrow 1960s

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(Images from 1, 2, 3, 4)

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