35 Beautiful Photos of Lauren Hutton as a Model in the 1960s

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Born and raised in the southern United States, American model and actress Lauren Hutton relocated to New York City in her early adulthood to begin a modeling career. Though she was initially dismissed by agents for a signature gap in her teeth, Hutton signed a modeling contract with Revlon in 1973, which at the time was the biggest contract in the history of the modeling industry.

Lauren Hutton in the 1960s
Over her career, Hutton has worked both as a model and an actress, making her film debut in the sports drama Paper Lion in 1968, opposite Alan Alda. She also played central roles in The Gambler (1974) and American Gigolo (1980), and later appeared on television in the network series Paper Dolls, Falcon Crest, Central Park West and Nip/Tuck.
Hutton has continued to model into her seventies, appearing in numerous advertising campaigns for H&M, Lord and Taylor, and Alexander Wang, and performed on the runway for Tom Ford’s spring 2012 collection, as well as for Bottega Veneta at the 2016 New York Fashion Week.
Take a look at these beautiful photos to see portraits of a young Lauren Hutton as a model in the 1960s.
Lauren Hutton, photo by Milton Greene, 1966.

Lauren Hutton in Dacron knit sweater with diamond pattern and black stretch pants by Mr. Dino, Vogue, September 1, 1966

Lauren Hutton in dress by Joel Schumacher, Revlon “Blushing Silk” makeup ad, Vogue, October 1, 1966

Lauren Hutton in purple plaid coat of shaggy tweed, double-breasted with round collar by Laurence Gross, shoes by Golo, coiffure by Kenneth, photo by Irving Penn, Vogue, September 1, 1966

Lauren Hutton white-faced, wool plaid suit by Monte Sano & Pruzan, white socks by Mary Grey, bracelet by Jack Gilbert, photo by Irving Penn, Vogue, September 1, 1966

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