A favourite of mine, David Studwell reworks classic imagery into pop art. In this case, creating the Brigitte Bardot print range. Read more
This checked cotton dress from La Redoute looks as if it could have come straight out of the wardrobe of Brigitte Bardot in the 1950s.
Looking for that perfect piece to compliment your circle skirts and cigarette pants? Finding fifties separates can be tricky on the high street, so retro reproduction brands like Bettie Page Clothing are always at the ready.
This Peasant Blouse is a super chic choice that you can wear again and again. With an off the shoulder cut, there's just enough sex appeal without showing too much. The short cuffed sleeves and bombshell red shade finish off a top that's perfect for fifties and early sixties styles.
It's available from Bettie Page Clothing for $35.
Vogue is well known for its heritage in mapping changing fashions. Couple that with a touch of French style and this book, Paris Vogue: Covers 1920–2009, is tantalizing prospect.
It's been written by Sonia Rachline with foreword by current French Vogue editor Carine Roitfeld and, over its 208 pages, it illustrates shifting trends in both clothing and magazine design. There masses of famous faces that show up, from photographers like Man Ray or Guy Bourdin, to cover stars like Twiggy, Brigitte Bardot and Audrey Hepburn.
A great book to sit and flick through, it costs just £14.22 from Amazon