Posted: October 6, 2016 Filed under: 1970s, chelsea cobbler, christa peters, coopers, Inspirational Images, Midas, observer magazine, Russell & Bromley, Samuel Sherman, Vintage Editorials, Wendy Dagworthy | Tags: 1970s, chelsea cobbler, christa peters, coopers, midas, observer magazine, russell & bromley, Samuel Sherman, thigh high splits, Wendy Dagworthy
Photographed by Christa Peters.
Scanned by Miss Peelpants from The Observer Magazine, 15th February 1976.
Pleated cotton skirt and tunic top by Chatelaine. Sandals from Midas.
Blue stripe pinafore dress by Coopers. Sandals by Midas.
Red silk embroidered tabard dress by Wendy Dagworthy. Navy sandals from Russell & Bromley.
Sailing boat print dress by Samuel Sherman. Navy espadrilles by Chelsea Cobbler.
Posted: August 25, 2012 Filed under: 1970s, coopers, Di Saunders, Inspirational Images, Over 21, Sunglasses, Titfers
Scanned from Over 21, September 1972. Photographed by Christian Larroque.
Posted: May 4, 2012 Filed under: 1970s, coopers, cosmopolitan, david montgomery, Inspirational Images, pat cleveland, Walter Steiger
The wondrous Pat Cleveland from the spread which has already given us Ika Hindley and Gabrielle Drake. Pat is wearing shoes by Walter Steiger and a canvas suit from Coopers which ‘flaunts her amazing bottom’.
“Dressing up is for joy. Colour brings me out of my depression. Red makes me feel like a flower ready to be plucked, green is peaceful. I can feel yellow … A man can recognise the smell of his woman wherever she is.”
Cosmopolitan, June 1973. Photographed by David Montgomery. Scanned by Miss Peelpants.
Posted: January 26, 2012 Filed under: 1970s, bus stop, cherry twiss, coopers, janice wainwright, jean shrimpton, jean-loup sieff, ossie clark, sonia rykiel, telegraph magazine
“It is so beautifully cut”. Sabbath Suit by Ossie Clark.
As with so many of my favourite people, I far prefer ‘Seventies Shrimpton’ to her earlier, more famous Bailey-era. This photoshoot is from The Telegraph Magazine, April 1973, and shows Jean returning to the family farm – decked out in all the best designers of the time.
Jean Shrimpton has gained fame, fortune and glamour through her spectacular modelling career, but she seldom spends much money on clothes – although she will, on occasions, treat herself to an extravagance from Ossie Clark, one of her favourite designers. So we asked her to make her own practical choice from the clothes that are in the shops now. We photographed her at her parents’ home – Rose Hill Farm, Burnham in Buckinghamshire.
“Basically I always choose dark clothes because they are practical and don’t show the dirt. I like fairly simple, well-cut, Forties type clothes with big shoulders. I wear a lot of trousers and long skirts and prefer jackets to coats. If I do wear colour it is usually in tights or shoes”
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“I like long skirts and I liked the shape of this sweater with the cuffed sleeves and the lower neckline”. Sweater by Rykiel.
“Super, very Forties, lovely grey colour, loose and easy to move in. Very much the sort of thing I wear”. Suit by Coopers.
“A nice simple dress that could be worn anytime”. Dress by Janice Wainwright
“I like small flower prints and this is a very pretty one”. Dress by Bus Stop.
“Very comfortable, I can wear it anywhere”. Jacket and trousers by Coopers.
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