Someone asked me about these a while back and it’s not something I’d considered writing about. So here are five mod-friendly tote bags.
Tag: Mary Quant
Claire Mahoney talks Mary Quant and the current Mary Quant exhibition, which you can find at London’s V&A and running through to 2020.
Hopefully I’ll have more nearer the time, but for now, take this as advance notification of a new Mary Quant exhibition and book at the V&A.
No, this isn’t a Mary Quant, it’s a 1960s-style July Dress at Hobbs.
It’s been a bit of a collector’s piece for many years now. But now you can buy a newly-republished Quant By Quant, courtesy of the V&A.
Big thanks to Rob Hill for sending over details of Pop! Culture and Fashion 1955 – 1976 at the Fashion and Textile Museum.
Not the first Quant biography on the market, she wrote Quant By Quant back in the mid-1960s. But the Mary Quant My Autobiography book, which is published by Headline, is likely to be a little less sensationalist and a little more balanced than that original volume.
Big thanks to Tracy for flagging up this little gem on eBay – the Get Dressed London boutique guide from 1966. Published by the Garnstone Press, the book is written by Millicent Bultitude and has a forward by Mary Quant. It's also an 80-page reference book on London's 'fashion boutiques' […]