She: Felt hat by Edward Mann. Pink sweater and matching cardigan by Ossie Clark for Radley. Skirt by Danielle Claire. Scarf from Essenses. He: Army sweater from Laurence Corner. Cord jodhpurs from Badges and Equipment.
Featuring the beautiful Pat Cleveland…
Photographed by Pelito Galvez.
Scanned by Miss Peelpants from 19 Magazine, September 1975
She: Red beret by Kangol. White blouse with red velvet ribbon tie by Sheridan Barnett at Quorum. Grey fleck suit by Strawberry Studio. Snakeskin strappy shoes by Sacha. Scarf from Essenses. He: Army jacket and trousers from Laurence Corner. Boots from Badges and Equipment.
She: Hat, sweater and scarf all by Lionel Fisher. Skirt by Danielle Claire. Shoes by Mary Graeme. He: Cream and black pin stripe shirt by Nostalgia. Jodhpurs and boots from Badges and Equipment.
She: Black felt hat by Charles Batten. Black skirt and cream coat both by Sheridan Barnett at Quorum. Black suede shoes by Russell and Bromley. Clutch bag from Boots. Black scarf from BHS. He: Army jacket and trousers from Laurence Corner. Boots and kit bag from Badges and Equipment
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thanks miss peelpants…………………. very nice to see some of my stuff again after 40 yrs!! Sheridan (Barnett) xx
You are very welcome! It’s a fantastic shoot… x
I’dv never realised Ossie designed knitwear too. I always think of him as working in woven cloths or fine jersey.
Yes, there was a brief period of Ossie knitwear but it was so brief there’s not much that pops up. I have a sexy cut-out shoulder jumper (which is the same as one at the Fashion and Textile Museum exhibition at the moment) and there’s a flared sleeved and belted one which pops up every so often.
I think Alice Pollock was more successful with knits than Ossie.