The Sunday Times magazine - Fashion cover (27 February 1966)
The Sunday Times magazine - Fashion cover (27 February 1966) Good condition for age - there is yellowing to pages due to age - light age wear throughout
This issue (edited by Meriel McCooey) is devoted entirely to fashion. We look at some of the influences which give the rag trade its unique status. Plus we introduce some key personalities in the game: photographers, buyers, models - and we take two views of the Paris Spring collections, firstly through the eyes of the fashion photographer and as seen by Gerald Scarfe.
THE MAKERS AND BREAKERS - Fifty-four people who are the fashion buyers, chosen by their firms to represent them in the risky business of interpreting public taste.
Double page black/white photo feature of all 54 people (with names)
THE £800 DRESS - 1 page sketch photo (with a breakdown from the manufacturers of the top prices they charge for each of the elements used in the Pierre Cardin evening dress sketch shown)
HOUSE OF DIOR - Fantastic black/white caricature sketch photo of Gerald Scarfe's view of the opening show at the House of Dior (Spring Collections Paris 1966)
HIS 'N HERS - Featuring Michael Aspel and wife Ann.
Let loose in Woollands of Knightsbridge, Ann chooses clothes for herself, and Michael chooses clothes for her … but what will be the outcome?
Interesting 1 page feature
DIARY OF A BRIGHT YOUNG THING - 4 page colourful sketch fashions, available now.
(Drawings by Alan Aldridge)
ROOTS OF FASHION - 2 page feature
HOW THE RAG TRADE CRIBS ART AND GETS HIP - 2 page feature
MR ELLE - Feature on Peter Knapp (art director of Elle magazine)
CHILD MODEL - Feature on child model Susan
Full-page advertisement pages:
- Avon cosmetics
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