Vintage Editorials: First Impressions

Vintage Editorials: First Impressions

Vintage Editorials: First Impressions

Vintage Editorials: First Impressions  Scanned from Vogue Nov 1970 by Miss Booty Barefoot. Vintage Fashion researched and displayed in all it's glory!
ANDRE PETERS. A red and white mosaic pattern for the longer look midi-coat and trousers. The fabric is in immaculate woven ‘Crimplene’. Button-down flaps and button-up neck complete the fluent French accent.

The looks, The lines, The lengths, interpreted by top London design houses.

Vintage Editorials: First Impressions  Scanned from Vogue Nov 1970 by Miss Booty Barefoot. Vintage Fashion researched and displayed in all it's glory!
COJANA. All those capes swirling around Paris obviously made a great impression at Cojana. Their own is a beauty in subtle textured ‘Crimplene’. Teaming it with Cossack-style jacket and gaucho pants, Cojana bring three revolutionary Paris looks together in one stunning outfit.
Vintage Editorials: First Impressions  Scanned from Vogue Nov 1970 by Miss Booty Barefoot. Vintage Fashion researched and displayed in all it's glory!
NINA RICCI AT CLAREWOOD OF LONDON. Nina Ricci puts on the most elegant air with a textured look in Couture ‘Crimplene’. The ever-so-slightly clerical look moves on down to midi length and adds beautiful movement to your walk.
Vintage Editorials: First Impressions  Scanned from Vogue Nov 1970 by Miss Booty Barefoot. Vintage Fashion researched and displayed in all it's glory!
DOBETT. Pierre Cardin styling comes to London with multi-stripes knitted into waffle pique ‘Crimplene’ jersey. Bright and colourful with typical Cardin splits and sculptured edges. Everything to make it on the textured scene.
Vintage Editorials: First Impressions  Scanned from Vogue Nov 1970 by Miss Booty Barefoot. Vintage Fashion researched and displayed in all it's glory!
MISS FERAUD BY REMBRANDT. Some stylish changes with the longer look in shirtwaisters. The fabric is a cool, crisp, “Terylene’/linen. Buttons, belt and boxed pleats keep the whole thing in tune with the true Paris couture.
Vintage Editorials: First Impressions  Scanned from Vogue Nov 1970 by Miss Booty Barefoot. Vintage Fashion researched and displayed in all it's glory!
FRANK USHER. The cape, the midi-length gaucho pants, the fur trimmings. It’s London all right, but very French. This is the Frank Usher interpretation of the Paris line in superfine ‘Crimplene’ jersey. The neck is plunged, the arms bared, and the trousers-and-top styled in one piece, to create the epitome of fashion’s fluid line.

Our impression is that Paris made some very good impressions on London

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