Yardley Nature Lipids

Yardley Nature Lipids

Scanned by Miss Peelpants from Honey Magazine, July 1973.

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Honey, you’ve gone too far!

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The gist of this editorial seems to be that only the tinest breasted ladies can wear the Ossies, but I have to respectfully and fundamentally disagree. The Ossie tunic on the cover was, along with some matching trousers, later chosen as The Fashion Museum‘s Dress of the Year 1969.

Blonde model photographed by Mike Berkofsky.

Brunette model photographed by Steve Hiett.

Scanned by Miss Peelpants from Honey Magazine, November 1968.

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Fluffy frilly blouse by Quorum.

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Tunic by Ossie Clark.

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Red chiffon blouse by John Craig.

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Ruffled black dress by Francis Ford.

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Low, plungey-neck dress in red satin by James Moncur.

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Black crepe sleeveless dress by Susan Barry.


The Varnished and the Unvarnished

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This picture isn’t a ludicrous flight of fancy. Those nails belong to Bonnie, a girl who really does scrabble about under the bonnet of her car checking oil, batteries and spark plug. She also shoes the odd bit of typing and her fair share of washing up, plug changing and picture hanging.

But maybe we have been a little unfair. Bonnie is not only one of our favourite make-up artists (working for Elizabeth Arden) but she’s a fully trained manicurist too.

Photographed by David Anthony.

Scanned by Miss Peelpants from Honey, May 1973.


California Frosticles

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Scanned by Miss Peelpants from Honey Magazine, October 1970


Inspirational Illustrations: After the Act

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One of the many interesting things about a steadily growing magazine collection is that you start to identify original source images for illustrations. I imagine that Mr John Storey never imagined that anyone would remember a single photo of Ika Hindley in Cosmopolitan from a year earlier, even less that someone yet-to-be-born would later scan and connect the two images.

Illustration by John Storey. Scanned by Miss Peelpants from Honey, December 1974.

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