I can’t resist a 1960s Twiggy image, so this 1967 Vogue Twiggy print by Ronald Traeger at Heal’s is right up my street. Read more
It's probably already in the diary of lovers of vintage fashion and photography but the Vogue 100: A Century of Style exhibition opens at London's National Portrait Gallery this week – and with it comes a delectable range of products available to buy from their shop.
It's a magazine that's been synonymous with style for over a century. Now a selection of Vogue cover artwork has been made available as prints, exclusively at King & McGraw.
If you fancy yourself as a modern-day 'dandy ', you might want to see how it was done in its heyday. Luckily for you, a book has just been published by the V&A showing that very thing – The Day of the Peacock: Style for Men 1963-73 by Geoffrey Aquilina Ross.
Geoffrey Aquilina Ross was the men's editor for Vogue in the 1960s and in this book, he recalls the era’s most dashing figures, including Tommy Nutter, Mick Jagger and Patrick Lichfield, as well as discussing iconic shops and tailors such as Granny takes a Trip, Blades, Hung on You and Mr Fish. Christopher Breward’s introduction throws in some social and cultural context too.
Packed with colour illustrations too (150 in total), the hardback book is available now, with Amazon discounting it to £19.99. If you're into vintage clobber, it looks like a must-buy. Some black and white images over the page.
Find out more about the book at the Amazon website
Via His Knibs