Agyness Deyn courtesy of janvo.com
Jenny Howorth courtesy of Paolo Roversi
Separated at Birth - Supermodel Agyness Deyn (nee Laura Hollins) and 1980's Supermodel Jenny Howorth.
Here are some tidbits on Jenny Howorth -
The Independent (London) January 10th 2005 - by Terry Jones
ISSUE 30 OCTOBER 1985
Cover star: Jenny Howarth
Photography: Mark Lebon
This was our fifth-birthday issue. Jenny Howarth, the model on the front, was one of the first supermodels. She became famous for her cropped, bleached hair. But she was babysitter for my children, and that's how she looks on this cover; the girl-next-door, fresh-faced look. It's a very personal image for me. This was a one-off A3 format, and the news trade hated it, even though we folded it in half. We were manipulating type and using basic graphic tools - and the photocopier in the office. No-one else was using graphics in our way. It was saddle-stitched rather than perfect bound, because it was cheaper, but, aesthetically, I liked it.
Times Online - February 19th 2007 - A Capital Sense of Deja Vu - by Lisa ArmstrongOver here: Agyness Deyn, the former chip-shop fryer from Hull, now in demand by American Vogue. We’re not surprised, having seen her toss her tow-headed pixie-cut at Giles. Could her recent shoot in the influential Wmagazine — a homage to the boyish, British model Jenny Howarth — be the inspiration behind all the androgynous looks?
IT'S DEJA-VUE ALL OVER AGAIN!!!