With her truly iconic look, sweet almond eyes and darling little beauty spot, Jean Patchett was the face of the 1950s. Gracing more covers than any other model, she defined the fashions of that glamorous era. Throughout the Fifties, when my father was just a little boy, Jean's signature smile emblazoned the covers of Vogue, Harper's Bazaar and Glamour. The latter once reported that when Jean wasn't in front of the camera, she spent her days "just sunbathing and making her own clothes". How nice!