Pyjama suit by Sujon.
Photographed in Brazil with Yardley, whose Yardley McLaren team took part in the 2nd Grand Prix, 1973
Photographed by Harry Peccinotti. Styled by Caroline Baker.
Scanned by Miss Peelpants from Nova, May 1973
Drawstring neck top (part of a flared Pajama suit) by Ossie Clark for Radley. Compact mirror from Biba.
Crêpe de chine printed coat and plain crêpe bags from Electric Fittings. Rib sun top by John Craig. Pique sun hat by Edward Mann. Espadrilles at Ronald Keith.
Dressing gown from Austin Reed. Silk blouse and baggy pants by Katharine Hamnett for Tuttabankem. Cobweb shoes at Chelsea Cobbler.
Crêpe de chine pyjama suit by Susie Craker. Panama at Paul Craig.
Sun top sweater by Virginia. Cotton baggy pants by Universal Witness. Hat by Herbert Johnson. Shoes by Yves Saint Laurent.
Crêpe and satin jacket top by Marie France for Quorum. Flared crêpe trousers by Alice Pollock for Quorum.
4 thoughts on “Inspirational Editorials: Perfect Pyjamas by Peccinotti”
hi miss peelpants……….nice to seesomething by mariefrance for quorum….I shared a studio with her at quorum & she was the unsung heroine at quorum…..her clothes sold like hotcakes……Sheridan Barnett
Hello Sheridan, I would love to know more about Marie. I’ve had a few dresses with just her label in, and seen a handful of the Quorum pieces, but have never heard anything about her as a person. What was she like?
hi miss peelpants
first of all can I say how much I enjoy ur pages…..u have perfect taste!
Marie France was half French half Swedish & was a very sweet quiet beautiful girl in the mid 70’s when I knew her…..very hardworking & funny…..she had been recruited by quorum by the genius manager of quorum, brian shack, to do more “wearable” commercial versions of Ossie & Alice but quickly developed her own style which were very successful…….when brian left, Quorum fell apart, sheilagh brown, Marie France Alice & myself all left.
btw I read an article on ur pages by David Silverman’s son……I was Davids designer in the late 60’s….another genius who died much to early…..he was amazingly inspiring to work for and was way ahead of biba with the tight silhouette…..he loved the French designers like Sonia Rykiel who was then doing stuff for a shop called laura
david’s showroom manager was Polly Hamilton who left to open browns south molton st named after her then BF William Biggot Brown, Polly then moved on to be an editor on 19 mag & then briefly Vogue in 1971
I went on to have a business with Sheilagh Brown & then worked for Salvador.
I love all of these white summery outfits in these pics and those two or three pics in the middle with those pyjama-type outfits that have come back into style in particular and I love the chunky bangles in the last picture. They really knew how to create a style and atmosphere for most of these pictures back in the day didn’t they?