A Peek at the Boutique: John Stephen and Lady Jane

1970s, british boutique movement, carnaby street, john stephen, lady jane

John Stephen boutique. Image ยฉ Len Fernandes.

Many, many thanks once again to the wonderful Len Fernandes, who provided us with a fantastic image of the Pussy Galore boutique on Carnaby Street (from 1971) back in April. He has now sent two further images: one of John Stephen’s many boutiques at number 33 and also of Harry Fox’s Lady Jane.

Again, these give us precious glimpses of the somewhat wilted locale; a few years before the rot set in completely, but a good few years after its mid-1960s heyday. Proof that it is always a good idea to photograph seemingly unimportant scenes and buildings, even if the importance may take a few decades to become apparent.

Please do not repost these images without full credit to Len, thank you.

Lady Jane of Carnaby Street. Image ยฉ Len Fernandes.

7 thoughts on “A Peek at the Boutique: John Stephen and Lady Jane

  1. Hi there, the photo of Lady Jane is fantastic, I love the way you can see right into the window! Harry Fox, owner of Lady jane, is my late Grandfather and I would very much like to get in contact with Len Fernandes to see if I can get a print of this photo. If you could put me in touch that would be fantastic! Many thanks, James Fox

    1. James Fox,

      The Lady Jane photo was scanned from an old colour slide I took in 1971 so the quality isn’t very good. I do not have an actual print. I can send you the scanned image as an email attachment if you like.

      Len Fernandes

      1. Could you please send me one? I would be really grateful my mum worked there for years from 1963 to 1965 thank you so much!

  2. Hi I was wondering if I could buy a print or poster for my mum for lady janes in 1960’s please as she used to work there and talks about it all the to e she would be over the moon.

    Thank you so much

    Alice

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