Inspirational Editorials: The Fairest of Them All

1970s, annacat, biba, caroline baker, chelsea cobbler, Gina Fratini, Inspirational Images, jean muir, jean-loup sieff, nova magazine, Vintage Editorials
Jean Muir

Dress by Jean Muir

Impossibly beautiful editorial, even if it is touching on the rather unpleasant subject of narcissism. There are a few images from this which have been reproduced many times, but these others less so – so I thought I would give them a well-deserved airing here.

Photographed by Jeanloup Sieff. Styled by Caroline Baker. Make-up and nails by Biba.

Scanned by Miss Peelpants from Nova, March 1972

Gina Fratini

Sun top (matching trousers not shown) and headress by Gina Fratini

Annacat. Shoes by Chelsea Cobbler.

Blouse by Annacat. Shoes by Chelsea Cobbler.

Zandra Rhodes

Tunic and knee-length skirt by Zandra Rhodes

Gina Fratini

Tunic and shorts by Gina Fratini

Jean Muir

Chiffon dress with matching short bloomer-knickers by Jean Muir

6 thoughts on “Inspirational Editorials: The Fairest of Them All

  1. This shoot is brilliant! I personally love the fourth picture (with the tunic and skirt). You always have great editorials here! xxx

  2. F.A.B. But of course these images spring from the imaginations if the inimitable Jeanloup Sieff and Caroline Baker, who in turn helped Terry Jones launch i-D as the style bible of the 1980s. I was privileged to work at Nova earlier when Molly Parkin reigned supreme. Must get round to scanning some of my file copies.

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