People: Mar. 31, 1967

There isn't much of her to look at (31-22-32 and 90 Ibs.). Even so, it seemed as if every mod in Manhattan had turned up at Fashion Photographer Bert Stern's studio to see Lesley Hornby, 17, the cockney wraith more accurately known as Twiggy. Stern threw a welcoming blast for Twiggy when she arrived in the U.S. with plans to expand her minifashion career by peddling some $1,000,000 worth of her clothes in department stores across the nation and picking up an occasional $120 per hour as a model. At a loss to explain...

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