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Photographing Fashion: British Style in the Sixties by Richard Lester

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If you've any interesting in 60s style, you'll want to get your hands on Photographing Fashion: British Style in the Sixties by Richard Lester.

Published this week in hardback by ACC Editions, the book features 'newly discovered' images of British fashion taken by world famous photographers for The Sunday Times during the 1960s, using the top models of the day. Indeed, these photos are published for the first time since their original appearance in editor Ernestine Carter's fashion pages.

Photographers include John Cowan, Terence Donovan, John French and Patrick Hunt, fashion designers include Mary Quant, John Bates, Gina Fratini, Foale & Tuffin, Biba, Jean Muir, and Ossie Clark. What's not to love? See one of the shots over the page and if you like what you see, this 160-page book is available at Amazon for £23.10.
   
Find out more at the Amazon website

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