Janet Reger: Beautiful Lingerie

1970s, brian duffy, janet reger, Vintage Adverts, Vogue

The Belle Epoque styling in this advert is superb, from the hair and accessories through to the gloriously curvaceous model. Janet Reger adverts were always in a league of their own, and I think this may possibly be one of the Brian Duffy ones.

Scanned from Vogue, December 1977.

Dune

1970s, Inspirational Images, pat cleveland

Scanned from Suede and Leather Wear by H. Dorothy Organ for Dryad, 1972.

Photographer and clothes are uncredited (“intended to provide the reader with ideas for their own designs”) but the model looks like Pat Cleveland.

The Saint Raphaelites

1970s, Inspirational Images, pre-raphaelite, Vintage Adverts, Vogue

Scanned from Vogue, June 1973.

Modern Photographic Techniques

1970s

I’m such a sucker for these Photographic handbooks when I find them in charity shops. I often forget to scan them though, so here are four beautiful images from one – only linked by their photographer.

All images by Gerhard Binanzer, Stuttgart.

Scanned from Modern Photographic Techniques, 1975.

Your bag is your lifeline

1970s, biba, Electric Fittings, Honey Magazine, Inspirational Images, Karl Stoecker, lilley and skinner, peter robinson
Jumper from Biba. Jacket from Electric Fittings. Trousers from Peter Robinson. Leather bag by Lilley and Skinner.

Photographed by Karl Stoecker.

Scanned from Honey, February 1972

What See-throughs did for breasts, Gala Lip Pen does for mouths.

1970s, cosmopolitan, Make-up, Vintage Adverts

Scanned from Cosmopolitan, December 1972

Etceteras

1970s, accessories, Adrian Mann, biba, corocraft, Harri Peccinotti, Inspirational Images, Olaf Daughters of Sweden, platforms, Russell & Bromley, shoes
Centre: Black and white two tone peeptoe court shoes by Olaf Daughters of Sweden. Beige and brown lace ups and brown court shoes, both by Biba. Brown and tan leather lace ups, tan leather shoes with topstitching and brown leather shoes with buckles, all by Russell and Bromley. Brown leather court shoes with cut-outs and plain leather court shoes, both by Biba.

Brown and cream should be seen. From top to toe it’s all the go!

Photographed by Harri Peccinotti.

Scanned from 19 Magazine, September 1973

Cream suit from Biba. Brown beret by Kangol. Tortoiseshell glasses from Che Guevara. All jewellery from selections at Adrien Mann and Biba.
Tan kid brogues by Russell and Bromley.
Brown crepe dress from Biba. Brown beret by Kangol. Glasses from Che Guevara. Jewellery by Biba, Adrien Mann, Corocraft, Zig Zag and the Neal Street Shop.

Knits in Venice

1970s, alice pollock, Donna Jordan, jap, karl lagerfeld, kenzo, pat cleveland, Venice, Vogue
Alice Pollock

Snia Viscosa jumped right in at the deep end in Venice, invited twenty eccentric different and talented designers to do their own thing with their threads. The result was a spectacular Magliamoda at the Palazzo Grassi on the Grand Canal, and this is what Alice Pollock, Kenzo of Jap and Karl Lagerfeld did with it. What a show!

Photographers uncredited.

Scanned from Vogue, December 1971.

Kenzo of Jap
Karl Lagerfeld

Store Dummies

1970s, helmut newton, Inspirational Images, mannequins, Vogue

Store Dummies I, 1976.

I think that these mannequins, used so artfully by Helmut Newton, might be the Willy van Rooy mannequin by Barway. Which also happens to be the mannequin I use for my vintage clothes!

Photographed by Helmut Newton for French Vogue.

Scanned from Model Girl by Charles Castle

Simply Natural

19 magazine, 1970s, Antiquarius, chelsea cobbler, Essenses, hand tinting, Herbert Johnson, Inspirational Images, james wedge, Sacha, stirling cooper, Vintage Editorials, wigs

Long cardigans, long skirts, long scarves add up to a rustic setting in a relaxed mood. A casual look forward to restful autumn days.

Photographed by James Wedge.

Scanned from 19 Magazine, August 1973

Maroon hat with turn up front. Matching sweater in maroon and camel, with plain camel collar. Brown pencil skirt with pleats at the side. All by Stirling Cooper. Cream tights by Mary Quant. Beige and brown leather bootees from Chelsea Cobbler. Long knitted scarf by Herbert Johnson. Wig in all pictures from Wigwham.
Camel sweater with red and blue Fair Isle pattern. Brown wool tweed mixture cardigan with cream and maroon trim. Brown pencil skirt. All by Stirling Cooper. Knitted scarf from Herbert Johnson.
All clothes by Stirling Cooper. Brown bootees from Chelsea Cobbler. Gloves from Ambalu. Scarf by Herbert Johnson.
All clothes by Stirling Cooper. Boots by Chelsea Cobbler. Scarf by Herbert Johnson.
Clothes by Stirling Cooper. Shoes from Sacha. Scarf from Essences at Antiquarius. Cane from Emmerton and Lambert.
Clothes by Stirling Cooper. Suede sandals by Baby Shoes. Scarf from Essences at Antiquarius.