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THE A TO Z OF SHOE SHOPPING - about genius Franco Moschino People, Haute Couture, Couture, Portrait, Franco Moschino, Franco, Moschino, Italian Beauty, World Of Fashion
Italian Fashion Designer | Italian Fashion Designer
THE A TO Z OF SHOE SHOPPING - about genius Franco Moschino
RED MY LIPS 1980s, Games, Back In The Day, Post Punk, George, Free, Nostalgia, 80s, Boy George
RED MY LIPS
RED MY LIPS
1987 | Destroy John Richmond Lady, Rock Style, Design, Designers, Punk, 90s Fashion, John Richmond, Young Designers
Destroy John Richmond
1987 | Destroy John Richmond
Vivienne Westwood wearing Destroy T-Shirt. Photo by Norma Moriceau Vintage Fashion, Stella Mccartney, Punk Rock, Vivienne Westwood, Kate Middleton, Alexander Mcqueen, Vivienne Westwood Punk, Terry Jones
Vivienne Westwood wearing Destroy T-Shirt. Photo by Norma Moriceau
Rudi Gernreich: More Than the Monokini | Jewish Journal Robert Capa, Edward Weston, Richard Avedon, Colleen Corby, Marlene Dietrich, William Claxton, 1960s Fashion, Peggy Moffitt, Robert Doisneau
Rudi Gernreich: More Than the Monokini
Rudi Gernreich: More Than the Monokini | Jewish Journal
1971 – 1980 The hippie movement was still the fashion look of late 1960s London, but this did not inspire Vivienne Westwood and Malcolm McLaren, they were more interested in rebellion and in particular 1950s clothing, music and memorabilia. Vivienne began by making Teddy Boy clothes for McLaren and in 1971 they opened Let it Rock at 430 Kings Road. History, Westwood, New Romantics, Valley Girls, Vivienne, Modern Punk, Moda
Vivienne Westwood® Online | Clothing and Accessories
1971 – 1980 The hippie movement was still the fashion look of late 1960s London, but this did not inspire Vivienne Westwood and Malcolm McLaren, they were more interested in rebellion and in particular 1950s clothing, music and memorabilia. Vivienne began by making Teddy Boy clothes for McLaren and in 1971 they opened Let it Rock at 430 Kings Road.
Vivienne Westwood Explains Punk Motivations (Vogue.co.uk) Givenchy, Saint Laurent, Vogue, Lauren Hutton, Vogue Uk
Vivienne Westwood Explains Why She Turned To Punk
Vivienne Westwood Explains Punk Motivations (Vogue.co.uk)
Katharine Hamnett. The original logo tee queen. Vintage, Katharine Hamnett, Santo Domingo, Vintage Photos, Ellis Island Immigrants, Edwardian, Marcel Proust, Ellis Island, Vintage Children
Katharine Hamnett
Katharine Hamnett. The original logo tee queen.