What pinafores did next

1970s, anello and davide, Angela at London Town, duc, Gina Fratini, Ginger Group, Herbert Johnson, Inspirational Images, kensington market, kurt geiger, Marielle, mary quant, miss selfridge, Moya Bowler, Titfers, Vintage Editorials, Vogue
Cotton print pinafore over a sweet flowered dress. Deep ruffles on shoulders and a big beautiful bonnet to match. By Titfers at Miss Selfridge. Red button shoes at Anello & Davide.

Long dresses and skirts in crepe and cotton prints – related to others just as small, fresh, sharp or soft, on pinafore smocks and aprons. These are not so much to keep you clean, more to make you look prettier; and you can be dairy maids, kitchen maids, Kate Greenaway girls all through summer.

And so began the kickback against all things clean, crisp and space age…

Photographed by Duc.

Scanned from Vogue, April 1971.

Fine floppy fluted crepe de chine dress by Marielle. Liberty lawn pinafore by Angela at London Town. Brown boots by Moya Bowler for Edouard Jerrold at Kurt Geiger.
Dairy cream cotton smock dress. Leg o’mutton sleeves, buttons up the back, print of wild pale roses and primrose ribbons. Gauzy white pinafore, lace and rose pink ribbons. Both by Gina Fratini. Shoes at Anello & Davide. Lacy pink silk bonnet at Sharon’s Shoppe, Kensington Market.
Cotton and rayon wrap, two sizes of polka dot, white on cherry red patches. By Mary Quant Ginger Group. Cherry and red stripe cotton apron by In Pressler. Natural straw hat at Herbert Johnson.

Inspirational Images: Cuddly Coat

Antartex, Bugs Young, harpers and queen, Moya Bowler, Rod Delroy, sonia rykiel

Mongolian lamb coat designed by Moya Bowler for Antartex.  Angora and lambswool sweater with figure knitted into the front and wide cream wool jersey trousers both by Sonia Rykiel. Wooden painted belt by Bugs Young.

Mongolian lamb coat designed by Moya Bowler for Antartex. Angora and lambswool sweater with figure knitted into the front and wide cream wool jersey trousers both by Sonia Rykiel. Wooden painted belt by Bugs Young.

Photographed by Rod Delroy.

Scanned by Miss Peelpants from Harpers and Queen, December 1971.

Inspirational Editorials: The rest of the picture

1970s, accessories, Andreas Heumann, Bags, bill gibb, boots, british boutique movement, che guevara, chelsea cobbler, City Lights, Gloves, Inspirational Images, Marbles, Miloré, Moya Bowler, Nigel Lofthouse, platforms, Rayne, shoes, tights, Uncategorized, Vintage Editorials, Vogue

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Chestnut leather walking shoes, edged with ocelot-printed calf from The Chelsea Cobbler

There aren’t many accessories shoots worthy of scanning – the majority tend to be fairly static and unimaginative. So kudos to Andreas Heumann for this gorgeous set of pictures which manage to do justice to the contents.

Photographed by Andreas Heumann. Scanned by Miss Peelpants from Vogue, September 1973

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Cream suede handbag with stitched appliques by Nigel Lofthouse at Che Guevara; City Lights Studio. Cream kid gloves by Bill Gibb for Miloré

accessories Clive Shilton bag andreas heumann vogue  sept 73

Cinnamon suede clutch bag by Clive Shilton.

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Marbled scarf by Marbles. Marbled leather gloves by Bill Gibb for Miloré

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Black suede ankle boots, furred and laced, by Moya Bowler.

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Honey suede crocodile print calf lace-ups from Rayne.

Satin and Cotton, to boot! Rubber, to heel!

1970s, mary quant, Moya Bowler, mr freedom, tessa traeger, Vogue

All footwear by Moya Bowler. Tights by Mary Quant. Socks by Mary Quant and Mr Freedom

All footwear by Moya Bowler. Tights by Mary Quant. Socks by Mary Quant and Mr Freedom

Moya Bowler’s pow-packed new collection of funny boots for Mitsubishi. She designed them in Japan, they’ll be worn on both sides of the world.

Photograph by Tessa Traeger. Scanned by Miss Peelpants from Vogue, January 1972.