I have always been infatuated with Muses. Eccentric and fabulous, the whole world is enamored with not only the artist, but his muse. A few I personally find quite interesting:
Edie Sedgwick inspired the likes of Andy Warhol and Bob Dylan and left behind a fashion legacy that still lives on today.
Beatles' women traditionally kept out of the group's affairs, but Yoko wasn't content to be a passive sidekick. Frankly, Lennon would be less interesting without the avant-garde frivolities, sloganeering and bed-ins.
From Marc Jacobs to Marc Quinn to Corinne Day, Kate has been a muse to a number of well known photographers, designers and sculptors alike. As Marc Jacobs candidly put it, “Kate is a muse to a generation … she defines a time, a feeling, that has become part of history”.