Born in Italy, Anita Pallenberg was a model and began her life with the Rolling Stones as Brian Jones’s girlfriend whom she had met in 1965 before moving to Keith Richards from 1967 to 1979. Anita Pallenberg was not the usual groupie but had a real influence on the band which led many to call her the sixth Rolling Stone. An influence on their music but also on their habits – she was accused of sharing her addictions to heroine with the other members. Obsessed with black magic and credited as signing background vocals on Sympathy for the Devil, Anita Pallenberg was described by Marianne Faithfull as 'evil glamour'. The rock muse also appeared in various films such as Roger Vadim's Barbarella, in 1968. Anita Pallenberg was the embodiment of the ultimate rock chick, with an insouciant taste for glamour that has surely influenced Kate Moss's archetypal boho outfits, thin blonde hair and dirty looks.