The Sunday Times magazine - Eurofashion cover (17 March 1968)
The Sunday Times magazine - Eurofashion cover (17 March 1968) Fair condition for age - magazine has been read - LOTS OF STAINING AND FOXING TO FRONT COVER - yellowing and some foxing to pages throughout - creasing to rear cover - tearing to top of cover at spine
Next Thursday evening the BBC will televise the finals of the Sunday Times magazine Eurofashion competition. British entries will now compete against winning entrants from European countries who have been running similar competitions. Winning entries from abroad are shown here
"DON'T JUST DO SOMETHING, STAND THERE!"
Over nine pages, we include the work of some of the people (from Baron de Meyer to David Bailey). All can be said to have influenced the history of fashion photography, and thus, to some extent, fashion itself
Includes photo by:
- Irving Penn (full page black/white photo for New York Vogue, 1950
- Richard Avedon (lady with elephants for Harper's Bazaar 1947 [full page black/white photo]
plus David Bailey, Man Ray, Baron de Meyer
DIANA VREELAND - "Why don't you knit yourself a little skullcap?"
Diana Vreeland (a profile by Meriel McCooey). (Includes caricature montage by Jim Dine)
AMY SHUARD - 1 page painting (by Ian Dury)
"NOBODY UNDERSTANDS US"
Dr John Harrington presides over a group discussion with four men who have been convicted after disturbances at football matches.
Three and a half page feature