Posted: January 19, 2017 Filed under: 1970s, Alleycat, betsey johnson, Escalade, Inspirational Images, Sandy Lieberson, Vogue | Tags: 1970s, Alleycat, betsey johnson, Escalade, inspirational images, vogue
It was this close-cropped straw-white head munching a hamburger that stopped Paul Young, Mr Escalade, in his tracks. Within minutes, Suze was the first London fan of Betsey Johnson, young American designer for Alleycat & Co, and pretty hot news herself. Betsey’s clothes were fresh out of the packing cases, en route to her own special department in Escalade, packed with sensational shapes like these … moving proof that Betsey Johnson knows all about shape. Welcome to London, Betsey.
All clothes by Betsey Johnson for Alleycat & Co.
Photographed by Lieberson.
Scanned by Miss Peelpants from Vogue, December 1971.
Posted: February 8, 2014 Filed under: 1970s, Ace, betsey johnson, Caovilla, clive arrowsmith, Dansez, Fiorucci, Howie, Inspirational Images, manolo blahnik, Maxfield Parris, Rayne, Ritzy, topshop, Walter Steiger
Coat by Andrea Diamond. Yellow bodysuit by Fiorucci. Purple leather shoes by Manolo Blahnik.
I’m choosing to ignore the realness of the fur and just see these images as stunning tableaux portraying strong women in dominant poses. I hope you will too…
Photographed by Clive Arrowsmith. Scanned by Miss Peelpants from Harpers and Queen, November 1979
Coat by Frank Cooney. Black long sleeve leotard and black footless tights by Dansez from Topshop. Black leather sandals by Manolo Blahnik
Coat by Zwirn. Gold trousers and bustier by Ritzy. Red and gold leather shoes by Caovilla from Rayne.
Coat from Konrad. Skintight pink trousers and matching top by Betsey Johnson from Howie, 138 Long Acre. Metallic blue sandals by Walter Steiger.
Coat from National Fur Company. Strapless sequined top with skintight trousers from Ace. Black suede belt by Maxfield Parris. Black leather sandals by Manolo Blahnik,
Posted: March 23, 2010 Filed under: betsey johnson, caroline charles, diana rigg, harold ingram, ruff, seventies fashion, sixties, website listings
Lucky Star 1970s cape
Some new listings in the Separates department of Vintage-a-Peel. Enjoy!
Caroline Charles 1960s lace blouse
Betsey Johnson for Alley Cat stripe cardigan
Harold Ingram 1970s puffed sleeve jumper
And here’s the Divine Dame Diana singing You’re The Top from Evil Under the Sun. Despite the German dubbing, that’s her real singing voice. Camp-tastic!
Posted: November 13, 2009 Filed under: betsey johnson, bus stop, Foale and Tuffin, lee bender, ossie clark, seventies fashion, sixties, website listings
Sometimes I find myself enjoying my regular blogging so much I forget that some people like me to tell them when I’ve listed new items. And I hate being pushy. But here are some amazing new listings over at Vintage-a-Peel. There’s Ossie, Foale and Tuffin, Bus Stop (times three!!) and Betsey Johnson. Happy Friday 13th, I hope it’s lucky for you!