Doing their thing Twenties style, He and She for £5.25 and an exotic piece of Art Nouveau, £6.25. The printed silk scarf on the former, Jean Howell, £3., brown jersey appliqued hat on the latter, Titfers, £3.15.
In spirit it’s Valentino, Jolson, Talkies and Tea Parties and that outrageous Charleston thing with kinky feather boas and twirly beads. In fact it’s dewey-eyed memories of the twenties matched with today’s sense of cheerful frivolity. It’s fun, it’s gay on a lot of today’s bright young people!
Fashion by Sue Hone.
Photographed by Paul Misso.
Scanned from Petticoat, 13th March 1971.
All the prints shown here are by Miss Impact on Banlon. The dresses come in maxi, midi or tunic length all either with or without sleeves. There are as many as nine different colours to choose from and all now being stocked at Miss Selfridge, W1. Long-limbed lady with turban on cream and lady with cloche, both £6.25. Red panne velvet turban with bunches of fruit, Titfers, £6. Rust brummed hat with more fruit, Buckle Under Enterprises, SW3.
Jersey midi dress by Crowthers. Paisley pinafore by Angela. Knitted hat by Susan Locke.
Schoolgirls smocks gently looped, schoolmarm denims firmly tied and gypsy ribbons bowed: the perverse way to keep you ahead – all tied up behind!
Photographed by Roger Charity.
Scanned by Miss Peelpants from Petticoat Magazine, 3rd April 1971.
Muslin midi dress with ribbons and velt tied at back by Mog. Adrien Mann raffia and bead choker.
Black crepe skirt and jacket with tie in the back by Bus Stop. Red shoes by Sacha. Van der Fransen rope around head.
Grey midi dress by Mary Quant. Peach and orange scarf by Jean Howell.