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Synopsis: Follows the developing fashions and boutiques of King's Road and Carnaby Street in the 1960s, profiling more than 30 retailers.
About the Author: Richard Lester trained with Sotheby's in the early 1990s having worked for Osborne & Little and Liberty and combines writing with running an online vintage fashion business based in Sussex. In 2004 he donated a large collection of designs by John Bates to the Fashion Museum in Bath and assisted in organising the designer's retrospective exhibition at the museum in 2006. ACC Editions published 'John Bates: Fashion Designer' in 2008 and 'Photographing Fashion: British Style in the Sixties' in 2009.
Title: Boutique London: King's Road to Carnaby ...
Publisher: Antique Collectors Club Dist
Book Condition: Very Good
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Book Description ACC Editions, Woodbridge, Suffolk, 2010. Hardcover. Condition: As New. An AS new HB of 192 pages with as new printed boards cover.The brightly coloured endpapwers feature the 1966 Rave's guide to Swinging London marked boutiques in pink, restaurants in blue and nightclubs in green. London in 1955 was largely unchanged since the end of WWII and both socially and physically it still bore the scars of a period of marked decline from the height of empire. In fashion terms, young in 1955 was 30.The appearence of Mary Quant's boutique Bazaar when she was 21, and John Stephen's first menswear shop at a similar age, flagged the starting point of an incredible and rapid evolution in everything from where the young shopped for clothes, ate & danced to where they bought their records. It was a complete revolution!!. Seller Inventory # 005872
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Book Description 2010. Hardcover. Condition: New. Hardcover. To any style conscious Londoner in the sixties just two places mattered: the King's Road and Carnaby Street. By the end of the decade the whole world came to see and be seen, .Shipping may be from our Sydney, NSW warehouse or from our UK or US warehouse, depending on stock availability. 280 pages. 1.044. Seller Inventory # 9781851496495
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