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Synonyms for twiggy

Synonyms for twiggy

thin as a twig


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But the fashion world disagreed and the meteoric rise of Twiggy, a name derived from her school nickname Twigs in Neasden, North London, had begun.
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MUSING MUSE Model Twiggy looks reflective as she eats
She had her own teen fashion clothing range called Twiggy Dresses, sold with their own Twiggy hangers, of course.
Yardley sold Twiggy-branded false eyelashes and toy company Mattel even produced a Twiggy Barbie doll in 1967.
The Twiggy for M&S Woman label will be available in sizes eight to 24 and ranges from a pounds 12.50 T-shirt to a pounds 79 sequin jacket.
Twiggy is expected to continue working with the company by appearing on billboards and in-store promotions, or doing voice-overs, though the firm has not confirmed if she will appearing in the flesh in any new TV adverts.
Along with the data the charity conducted a variety of celebrity interviews from the likes of Twiggy (pictured), Beverley Knight, Eliza ,Doolittle, and Rory Bremner.
Alan Titchmarsh's Walks of Fame: Twiggy ITV1, 7pm She was Britain's first supermodel - and 45 years on, Twiggy is still beautiful and relatively skinny, her voice loud, earthy and peppered with occasional bursts of raucous laughter.
watch it IN Alan Titchmarsh's Walks of Fame each edition sees Alan accompany a famous face on their favourite walk; beginning with Twiggy, right and below.
Summary: A watchdog has slammed an airbrushed photo of model Twiggy that it says gave a misleading impression about the effects of an eye cream.
Twiggy is wooden and Coleen doesn't put me in the mood for dancing.
Gertrude Lawrence Twiggy Noel Coward Harry Groener Musical numbers: "Someday I'll Find You," "A Room With a View," "Mad About You," "Don't Put Your Daughter on the Stage, Mrs.