Twiggy? Nah, It's Just Agyness Deyn's Latest Photo Shoot

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    For a gal who has supposedly sworn off modelling, Agyness Deyn sure has been making the magazine rounds. There's her racy, NSFW shoot for Interview, and , now, a starring role on the March cover of InStyle UK. Retirement, clearly, is for wimps.

    Getting into character as that other blonde British waif, Twiggy, our Agy poses for Rankin in a series of graphic black-and-white prints from the likes of Michael Kors and Moschino, her blonde bob parted to the side and her baby blues coated in mod liner. Noticeably absent on the newly minted Mrs Giovanni Ribisi? A wedding ring — yes, we looked.

    Considering the couple's whirlwind courtship and surprise marriage, the lack of convention is almost expected. Not that the Mancunian is above playing the role of the dutiful wife.

    "He's incredible," Deyn tells the magazine of her new hubby. "He's my hero."

    Bless. The Pusher star adds that marriage has brought "a lot of really good stuff" to her life, including a sense of stability that was lacking during her heady modelling days.

    "I was a nomad," she says. "That was my life. Being in a hotel, not knowing where you are."

    Oh, it couldn't have been all that bad. Henry Holland on speed-dial and round-the-clock room service? No wonder she can't quite quit this fashion game.

    Click through to see more of Agy's '60s-style shoot for the March issue of InStyle, out now.

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