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.
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.
An authentic ’60s cloth has produced a 1960s-style dress – this 1960s Kaleidoscope shift dress at the V&A.
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.
Remember we mentioned The Day of the Peacock: Style for Men 1963-1973 by Geoffrey Aquilina Ross a few weeks back? Well, now we have a review of the book online. The Scenester has donw the honours, reviewing a book by the former men's editor for Vogue in the 1960s, recalling […]
How did we miss this gem? From the V&A comes a hardback book by the name of The Day of the Peacock: Style for Men 1963-73 by Geoffrey Aquilina Ross. Geoffrey Aquilina Ross was the men's editor for Vogue in the 1960s and in this book, he recalls the era’s […]
We never actually got round to reviewing the original release way back when, but with a new reissue via PYMCA, maybe it's the perfect time to review Streetstyle by Ted Polhemus. Oriignally released in 1994 to coincide with a similarly-themed exhibition at London's V&A, Streetstyle is pretty much as it […]