Vintage Interiors: Thea Porter, Ricci Burns and Antony Redmile

Photographed by Tim Street-Porter. Shimmering dress, cap and necklace at Biba.

Needless to say, I desire all of these interiors but particularly Thea’s incredible mirrored dining room. Phwoar. And yes, it is also another insight into the mysterious Mr Antony Redmile – who we have met before

Scanned by Miss Peelpants from Cosmopolitan, December 1974

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3 Comments on “Vintage Interiors: Thea Porter, Ricci Burns and Antony Redmile”

  1. Oonagh says:

    And isn’t that our friend Peter Hinwood in Antony Redmile’s bathroom? I think we should be told…

  2. […] Excitement and anticipation is – quite rightly – building for the opening of the Fashion and Textile Museum’s new Thea Porter exhibition (6th February – 3rd May 2015). Guest curated by the lovely Laura McLaws Helms, who has also written the accompanying book, it is surely set to be the exhibition of the year. My Thea gypsy dress should be somewhere in there, but having got a sneaky peek last week I can safely say that it will be blown out of the water by the extraordinarily beautiful pieces which have been gathered from a wide variety of sources (as well as ephemera from the archive and a recreation of her glorious dining room). […]


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