Illustration by Barry Zaid.
Scanned by Miss Peelpants.
Illustration by Alan Aldridge.
Scanned by Miss Peelpants from Phantasia: Of Dockland, Rockland and Dodos, 1981
Illustration by C. Trouche (accompanying an article about Aromatherapy).
Scanned by Miss Peelpants from Cosmopolitan, November 1974
Tsk tsk. Slap my wrist. I’m pretty slack about putting website listings here on the blog, and I can only apologise. Here are some edited highlights (but there are plenty more already listed and more to come before Christmas!). Personal favourites are the original 1970s Chelsea Girl platform shoes, the black lace 1930s evening dress and Erte-printed John Bates for Jean Varon dress…
Unsigned original 1930s
John Bates for Jean Varon
Roland Klein for Marcel Fenez
Unsigned original 1960s
Terry de Havilland
Lee Bender for Bus Stop
Wallis Fashion Shops
Unsigned original 1970s
Illustration by Clarissa Porter
Scanned by Miss Peelpants from Honey, December 1970
Illustrator uncredited. Scanned by Miss Peelpants from LIFE magazine, May 1968
Scanned from The Sunday Times Magazine, February 21st 1971
It never ceases to amaze me just how widespread the influence of psychedelia was in the advertising world. Who would have thought that it would be used to sell tyres?
Scanned from Woman’s Own, October 22nd 1966
Ok, cats, I’m going to willingly lose cool points and confess that I had to look up what the hell ‘Ginchiest‘ means. (There’s even a song.) I can’t always immediately ‘get’ this kind of groovy talk. It was hard enough watching Beat Girl, daddy-o…
Illustrating ‘Magpie Eye’ in Honey, July 1967. Illustrations by Barbara Hanrahan.