There’s a long title, but Wish You Were There: A retrospective guide to London’s shops, clubs, boutiques and sundry diversions, 1960-66 can be yours for a rather small price.
Tag: swinging London
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.
If you are interesting in 1960s fashion and in particular the shops that catered for it, you probably want to check out a series of films under the King’s Road Fashion Trail banner.
If you are a fan of Michelangelo Antonioni’s 1966 swinging London flick Blow-Up, you might well like this Blow-Up film location documentary.
I could be late to the party with this, but I’ve just noticed Reflections on Love is on YouTube in its entirety.
Just spotted this on the new release schedules – Looking Back: 80 Mod, Freakbeat and Swinging London Nuggets, which is released by RPM and available to pre-order now.
Liz Powner checks out the Swinging London and Sixties Graphics exhibitions at the V&A. You can also browse some photos taken by Liz by here.
David Walker gets an interview with photographer Jeremy Fletcher about his life, work, the 1960s, dropping out and of course, taking snaps at the Flamingo.