Saturday, 23 August 2014

Back To School 1967

As British designer Roger Nelson sees it, black is new and now! Capecatch, this page, with bold black braid adding coals to red wool melton. About $40.

Left to right: Two blacks, a long pull and pleated skirt, gad about with a white blouse. Of wool crepe; each about $20. Wild tie-work in silk marks a dress of black wool crepe. It's about $40. Long jacket or short coat - you decide - in a frame of red braid. About $40. Peep-out skirt and turtle pull, each about $15. Red melton jacket, about $55. Bermuda pants about $17. The black sweater, about $15. All of wool. Fashions by Roger Nelson Ltd.

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           All images & original text scanned by Sweet Jane from SEVENTEEN magazine September 1967.

Thursday, 21 August 2014

Start Wearing The Pants...1966


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                                Image scanned by Sweet Jane from RAVE magazine, April 1966.

Monday, 18 August 2014

Score with the Co-ordinated Look 1966

Cover girl Lynda Gabelle wears Kooky dress for kicking in:  Blue and white striped shirt dress, zipped all the way from hip-bone to collar-bone. Bermuda shorts and shiny scarlet patent belt by Sybil Zelker at Londonis, £5 19s 6d. Striped plastic visor, by post from Palisades, 25s. Red denim peep-toes by Leonards, 22s 11d.

Snappy sailor separates. Top Left: "Ensign" blue skirt with white belt, 59s 6d. "Eight Bells" blue and white drill blouse, 3½ gns. Ship-shape red drill pants and matching vest top, above, with embroidered anchor. "Midships" pants, 99s 6d., "Admiral" vest top, 3gns., all by Ginger Group. Yellow square sunspecs by Correna, 22s. 6d.

LEFT: Anything-Goes and go-with-everything hip-skirt and print crepon shirt by Neatawear. Skirt 45s., Shirt 59s. 11d., pink lacy stockings by Lewis Separates, 9s 11d. Pink suede sling-back shoes, Holmes, 79s. 11d. Purple beret by Kangol, 8s. 1d. Bluey silk cravat by Ascher, 9s, 6d. Funny half-specs by Pacesetters, 35s. RIGHT: Pavement-Prancing outfit. Jacket 'n' skirt in lilac (there are also matching hip-slung pants). Jacket 70s. 11d., skirt 45s., pants 69s., 11d. all by Neatawear. Purple square sunspecs by Correna, 22s. 6d. Roberta's multi-coloured striped shoes, 4gns,; purpley-printed cotton shoulder bag by Dany Brien, 45s. Cotton skinny by Lewis Separates, 14s. 11d.

LEFT: Party-Pretty lilac shirt, 49s. 11d., lilac and blue printed lacy cotton pants, both bu Neatawear, 79s. 11d. Blue chiffony scarf by Aldbrook, 13s. 11d. Hooped ear-rings by Frances Ross, 15s. Striped leather flatties (at Roma and Roberta boutiques, who both run postal service), in several combinations, 4gns. RIGHT: Jamboree jumpsuit. Same lilac and blue lacy cotton pants, this time teamed up with matching vest-shaped top, 49s. 11d., both from Neatawear, 69s. 11d., for different part looks. Turquoise hooped ear-rings by Jewelcraft, 7s. 6d. Turquoise suede shoes, Holmes, 79s. 11d.

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All images and original text scanned by Sweet Jane from PETTICOAT magazine 7th may 1966. Photographs by Jimmy Wormser.

Wednesday, 13 August 2014

The New Look 1967

Products Used: Ultralucent Highlight with Blue Mist powder eye shadow, mixed to give silver shadow, 9s. 6d. and 5s. 7d. Blue and brown eye pencils, 3s. 6d. each. Fashion lashes, 18s. 6d. Blue cake mascara, 3s. "Peach Meringue" frosting  and "Crushed Coral" lipsticks 5s. and 10d. each. All products by Max Factor. 

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All images scanned by Sweet Jane from RAVE magazine, February, 1967. Hair by Barry Kibble, Make-up by John Hartley for Max Factor. Original beauty editorial by Lee.

Friday, 8 August 2014

Colour Crazy 1967

Shall I or Shan't I? With the big trend swinging to way-out colours for hairstyles this year, sooner or later every girl will ask herself the same question. To go blonde, to go black, or just to brighten up my own colour? The answer is GO AHEAD! Hair colour makes for different personalities and really is a great new fashion craze - and these days the change is as easy as winking! Here's Samantha with the crazy colour story, and all the tips to help you. So go ahead, and have fun

                                                                IMAGE CREDITS
                  All images & original text scanned by Sweet Jane from RAVE magazine April 1967.

Saturday, 2 August 2014

Mary Quant for Alligator 1967

Quant girls take shelter under this swinging cape. Showerproof cotton canvas with zip front, metal studs, rows of stitching. Style; Gendarme. In all this season's snappiest shades. Sizes 8-14. Price approximately £9. 19s. 6.

                                                                IMAGE CREDIT
               Image & original text scanned by Sweet Jane from PETTICOAT magazine, September 1967.

Wednesday, 30 July 2014

Advertising Art 1969

Another great cover from Gebrauchsgraphik International Advertising Art! This particular issue from june 1970 featured The Best Swiss Poster Designs of 1969, Design Collaborative Montreal Limited-Industrial Art by Rolf Harder and Ernst Roch, Paris Fashions Illustrated by Hans Rudolf Herz, New Product Make-Ups on the American Market, Genesis and Function of Visual communication and also a report on Industrial Art from Vienna. I've searched every page of the magazine but much to my dismay the cover illustration seems to be uncredited, so the identity of the artist remains a mystery until I do some further sleuthing, which kinda leaves me currently emulating the demeanor of subject matter in question! I'm presuming that this particular illustration belongs to either the Industrial Art from Vienna or Best Swiss Poster category,  the fact that it made the cover may suggest that it was the winning entry in the latter, although this is not always the case with Gebrauchsgraphik covers of this kindI've also included two more of the Swiss poster designs from this issue which I previously featured on the blog a couple of years ago, they're the best of the 30 finalists in my opinion.  

                                                            Lee Jeans advert 1969.

                                       Meat Cannery advert, illustrated by Donald Brun, 1969.

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All images scanned by Sweet Jane from Gebrauchsgraphik International Advertising Art, June 6, 1970. Cover Artist uncredited. *If you are planning on purchasing this issue for yourself at some point, it may be worth noting that both the Lee Jeans & Bell Epoque posters are in reality about a quarter of the size shown here, i've enlarged them purely for display purposes.