Posted: January 29, 2019 Filed under: 1960s, biba, bus stop, gordon king, Inspirational Images, kleptomania, lee bender, Madeleine Smith, Marlborough, petticoat magazine, Shelana, Sue Hone, Tommy Roberts, Vic Singh, Vintage Editorials
Metallic leather battle jackets by Fifth Avenue. Green jacket worn with black crepe trousers by Gordon King. Lilac jacket worn with black crepe trousers by Highlight. Aldbrook scarf.
Bewitch: Try a bit of witchcraft, a bit of magical charm. Cast a spell or two with slinky black velvet, bedecked with sequins. Or glamorise in shiny coloured satins. But if you are going to bewitch you must…
Bother: to wear the same startling accessories. Wear strings of shiny necklaces, an interesting belt or sash. Tie a scarf the gipsy way, around your hips or head. For maximum effect shine your face with gold or silver powder.
And be wilder: in everything you wear.
Fashion by Sue Hone. Modelled by Madeline Smith and unknown model.
Photographed by Vic Singh
Scanned from Petticoat, November 2nd 1968.
Bright yellow satin trouser suit by Kleptomania. Ronald Keith patent shoes. Shimmering black battle-dress jacket and trousers by Bus Stop. Mauve and yellow belt by Martha Hill. Mauve lace scarf by Browns. Lilley and Skinner shoes.
Spooky black outfit by Bus Stop. Red crepe shirt and silk scarf by Biba.
Little black velvet dress by Biba. Sequined waistcoat by Gordon King. Indian pendant by Kleptomania.
Black crepe dress by Marlborough. Indian silk scarf by Aldbrook. Black waistcoat and skirt by Shelana. Blue shirt by Ivor Wahl.
Posted: December 7, 2016 Filed under: 1970s, Hair and make-up, Madeleine Smith, Vintage Adverts | Tags: 19 magazine, 1960s, anne french, hair, madeline smith, vintage adverts
Not one, but two Madeline Smith modelling jobs in one copy of 19 Magazine. What a beauty!
Scanned by Miss Peelpants from 19 Magazine, September 1969.
Posted: May 21, 2014 Filed under: 1960s, Brian Songhurst, corocraft, Inspirational Images, Madeleine Smith, miss selfridge, petticoat magazine, Russell & Bromley, Sharcleod
Sweater by Sharcleod. Bermudas by Miss Selfridge. White patent shoes from Russell and Bromley. Tummy chains from Corocraft.
Photographed and styled by Brian Songhurst for ‘How You Should Look’ feature.
Scanned by Miss Peelpants from Petticoat, 5th July 1969