They’re not leading ladies in the traditional sense. They’re not queens of the silver screen nor are they the ones we’d stand outside in the blistering cold for a glimpse of. They’re the muses. They’re the ones the front men croon over unabashedly in a room full of strangers, the inspiration behind some of our favourite songs and the ones we sometimes wish we were.
They are the lovers, bohemian dreamers and muses of the movement.
Famously, and incorrectly, known as the cause of the breakup of The Beatles, Yoko Ono is a force in her own right. She’s an activist and an artist who continues to spread her light to creatives around the world. We'll always admire her for her free spirit and desire to wander off the beaten track no matter the cost.
Mick may have the moves but Bianca’s got the melody. It’s rare for something to dim the spark of a star but we don't think Mick’s star has shone as brightly as it did when he was with his Nicaraguan muse. We can only describe Bianca as ethereal, like someone out of our dizziest daydreams with sharp wit and a smile so bright it's almost blinding.
Birkin emerged onto the scene during England’s swinging sixties and fell right into Sergei’s heart, forever etching their names together. Their romance is something out of a Godard film and we're eternally grateful to the universe for allowing their paths to cross.