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Carnaby Street • 1967
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SWINGING LONDON. Carnaby Str. July, 1967

Photographs by Simos Tsapnidis, at Carnaby Str.London. July, 1967. Copyright Manolis Daloukas. More photos in our archives, all in High Resolution. Swinging London is a catch-all term applied to the fashion and cultural scene that flourished in London, in the 1960s. It was a youth-oriented phenomenon that emphasised the new and modern. It was a period of optimism and hedonism, and a cultural revolution. One catalyst was the recovery of the British economy after post-World War II austerity…

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"Fun-Maker" Pauline Fordham and her Palisades Boutique in Ganton St, 1966 - Flashbak
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"Fun-Maker" Pauline Fordham and her Swinging Sixties Boutique in Soho, 1966 - Flashbak

“There’s a new leading influence on avant-garde fashion,” wrote Georgina Howell in the Observer in July 1965. “The place to find the news in London is in the small shops. The girls who own and run them are designing or buying only clothes they would wear themselves”. Howell got the designer Min Hogg to look … Continue reading "“Fun-Maker” Pauline Fordham and her Swinging Sixties Boutique in Soho, 1966"

Miss Jackie Binder stands in one of the latest 'convict-stripe' fashions while looking at an old fashioned 'What the Butler saw' machine.
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"Fun-Maker" Pauline Fordham and her Swinging Sixties Boutique in Soho, 1966 - Flashbak

“There’s a new leading influence on avant-garde fashion,” wrote Georgina Howell in the Observer in July 1965. “The place to find the news in London is in the small shops. The girls who own and run them are designing or buying only clothes they would wear themselves”. Howell got the designer Min Hogg to look … Continue reading "“Fun-Maker” Pauline Fordham and her Swinging Sixties Boutique in Soho, 1966"

SWINGING LONDON 1966: In Pauline Fordham's boutique in Ganton Street, near Carnaby Street. Customer Jackie Binder in a 'with it' blouse and skirt stands beside a dressing room decorated with the Union Jack and the Stars and Stripes. In the background, Jacqueline Ball plays the juke box.

"Fun-Maker" Pauline Fordham and her Swinging Sixties Boutique in Soho, 1966 - Flashbak

“There’s a new leading influence on avant-garde fashion,” wrote Georgina Howell in the Observer in July 1965. “The place to find the news in London is in the small shops. The girls who own and run them are designing or buying only clothes they would wear themselves”. Howell got the designer Min Hogg to look … Continue reading "“Fun-Maker” Pauline Fordham and her Swinging Sixties Boutique in Soho, 1966"

SWINGING LONDON : 1966
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"Fun-Maker" Pauline Fordham and her Swinging Sixties Boutique in Soho, 1966 - Flashbak

“There’s a new leading influence on avant-garde fashion,” wrote Georgina Howell in the Observer in July 1965. “The place to find the news in London is in the small shops. The girls who own and run them are designing or buying only clothes they would wear themselves”. Howell got the designer Min Hogg to look … Continue reading "“Fun-Maker” Pauline Fordham and her Swinging Sixties Boutique in Soho, 1966"

Michelle Desange shopping in the Lady Jane Boutique, Carnaby Street, London, November 1967. Stock Photo
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Stock Photo - Michelle Desange shopping in the Lady Jane Boutique, Carnaby Street, London, November 1967

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Michelle Desange tries on a chain mail dress while shopping in the Lady Jane Boutique, Carnaby Street, London, November 1967. Stock Photo
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Stock Photo - Michelle Desange tries on a chain mail dress while shopping in the Lady Jane Boutique, Carnaby Street, London, November 1967

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A Dandy In Aspic: More Swinging London Boutiques
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More Swinging London Boutiques

To Jump Like Alice boutique, 1967 Here's some more photos of cool 60's London boutiques.. Exterior and interior of King's Road boutique Just Looking, 1967 Interior of Way In boutique (part of Harrods) Inside the Carnaby Street boutique Take Six, 1966 To Jump Like Alice, 1967 Very rough-looking owners of Battersea boutique Linda And Carol, 1966 Chelsea boutique The Shop, 47 Radnor Walk, 1967 According to Gear Guide 1967: The Shop has been there for two and a half years. All the clothes are…

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More Swinging London Boutiques

To Jump Like Alice boutique, 1967 Here's some more photos of cool 60's London boutiques.. Exterior and interior of King's Road boutique Just Looking, 1967 Interior of Way In boutique (part of Harrods) Inside the Carnaby Street boutique Take Six, 1966 To Jump Like Alice, 1967 Very rough-looking owners of Battersea boutique Linda And Carol, 1966 Chelsea boutique The Shop, 47 Radnor Walk, 1967 According to Gear Guide 1967: The Shop has been there for two and a half years. All the clothes are…

Twiggy at the ultra hip Biba boutique, mid 60s.

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A Dandy In Aspic: More Swinging London Boutiques
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More Swinging London Boutiques

To Jump Like Alice boutique, 1967 Here's some more photos of cool 60's London boutiques.. Exterior and interior of King's Road boutique Just Looking, 1967 Interior of Way In boutique (part of Harrods) Inside the Carnaby Street boutique Take Six, 1966 To Jump Like Alice, 1967 Very rough-looking owners of Battersea boutique Linda And Carol, 1966 Chelsea boutique The Shop, 47 Radnor Walk, 1967 According to Gear Guide 1967: The Shop has been there for two and a half years. All the clothes are…

Miss Jackie Binder stands in one of the latest 'convict-stripe' fashions while looking at an old fashioned 'What the Butler saw' machine.
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"Fun-Maker" Pauline Fordham and her Swinging Sixties Boutique in Soho, 1966 - Flashbak

“There’s a new leading influence on avant-garde fashion,” wrote Georgina Howell in the Observer in July 1965. “The place to find the news in London is in the small shops. The girls who own and run them are designing or buying only clothes they would wear themselves”. Howell got the designer Min Hogg to look … Continue reading "“Fun-Maker” Pauline Fordham and her Swinging Sixties Boutique in Soho, 1966"

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Thank Furcoat it’s Friday

That’s right, this is an attempt at a semi-regular round-up of the week. Typically these last about six weeks before I get bored, but let’s give it a bash. I know not everyone is…

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