Daniel Hechter Vintage Fashion by Barefoot Vintage

Vintage Editorials: Daniel’s Angels…

Vintage Editorials: Azzaro With Glitter

Daniel Hechter Vintage Fashion by Barefoot Vintage
Unique wool round neck sweater with wool gaberdine trousers. Sweater: £18.50. Trousers:£20.75.

Vintage Editorials: Daniel Hechter’s Angels…

First Of All…Daniel Hechter (First posted by Barefoot Vintage on 2nd May 2016)

“Before your very eyes – something to amaze and delight you from Polaroid and Simpson of Piccadilly. From Simpson – beautiful clothes by Daniel Hechter and sunglasses by Polaroid, captured for posterity and you by David Bailey, using Polaroid’s revolutionary SX-70 Land Camera.”

Daniel Hechter Vintage Fashion by Barefoot Vintage
Cotton gaberdine raincoat with gathered yoke. £85.50. Blouson:£43.50. Red Shirt £14.50. Skirt: £20.25. The SX-70 Land Camera closed, compact as a clutch bag. Price; £109.00.
Daniel Hechter Vintage Fashion by Barefoot Vintage
Close-up on the raincoat and a honey rimmed glare-killing sunglass, big and beautiful.
Daniel Hechter Vintage Fashion by Barefoot Vintage
Wool tank top and synthetic shirt. Tank top: £16. Shirt: £17.75.

And Furthermore…

“Before your very eyes – something irresistible, Simpson and Daniel Hechter, with the SX-70 Land Camera, it’s all so simple. You focus, touch a red electric shutter button, and within 2 seconds out spills an apparently blank sheet of film. Gradually, almost magically, the picture develops before you.”

Daniel Hechter Vintage Fashion by Barefoot Vintage
Far Left: Wool trenchcoat £55.00. Green frame sunglass. Style no.7411. Centre: Cotton velvet coat with gently gathered yoke both back and front and fur-trimmed hood. £88.75. Left: Cotton corduroy blazer, fine wool skirt, and synthetic shirt. Skirt in free, browner black predominant prints. £66.00 the suit. Shirt. Cream. £28.00. Plus, ready for action – the SX-70. From a slim package encased in leather, the camera in one movement is open and all set to go.

Most Noteworthy…

Clothing for this article were sourced from Simpson by Daniel Hechter. Once again David Bailey astonishes us with his striking imagery using a SX-70 Land Camera.

And So Finally…

Vintage Editorials: Daniel’s Angels…

Photography by David Bailey.

 Scanned from Vogue Magazine Oct 1974

Scanned by Miss Booty Barefoot for Vintage Editorials: Daniel’s Angels…

on the 2nd May 2016.

 

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Natasha Egan-Ronayne

Natasha (a.k.a Miss Booty Barefoot) is a Cornwall-based Vintage Boutique owner, style maven and all-out fashion lover. She is also an active vintage fashion blogger, street style photographer and vintage magazine curator.

Being a busy mother of 2 children, devoted wife and Boutique owner certainly takes up most of her time, however there are 24 hrs in a day, and 7 days in a week, so she tries to squeeze as much out of her life as she possibly can.

You can also find her at Facebook @barefootvintage.co.uk and Instagram @missbootybarefoot.

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Vintage crepe dress Azzaro

Vintage Editorials: Azzaro With Glitter…

Vintage Editorials: Azzaro With Glitter

Loris Azzaro – A glittering new designer made famous by his clients…

Vintage Editorials: Azzaro With Glitter…

First Of All… Loris Azzaro

“Most famous designers ascend to public fame after recognition in their own world of fashion, or after being lauded by the press.

But Loris Azzaro, whose glittering clothes are first seen in these pages, is being made successful by his customers – and when your clients are Lisa Minnelli, Bardot, Martinelli and Bacall, fame must follow.

Already he has salons in Paris, Milan and Rome, and a boutique in St Tropez, where he started”.

Vintage Spider web sequin dress
Sequins and spider’s web. About £305.
Vintage crepe dress Azzaro
Deep turquoise crepe dress with mirrored three-link “collar” which plunges to the waist. About £135.
Vintage red chiffon dress Loris Azzaro
More rings, this time in metal, fastening long red chiffon. About £220.

And Furthermore…

“One of Azzaro’s trademarks is bare shoulders, in contrast to the totally covered look for evening which has been popular for so long.”

Marisa Berenson, Joel Gray and Lisa Minnelli at the Paris opening of Cabaret.

Most Noteworthy…

“Both are wearing Azzaro dresses – Miss Berenson’s in the clinging sequin fabric which is one of Azzaro’s favourites. Lisa Minnelli wears a purple jersey Azzaro design in the film – with bare shoulders and a curtain of fine chains over the midriff.

Other women who buy from this former schoolmaster turned dress designer are Marlene Jobert, Zsa Zsa Gabor (who bought 18 dresses on one visit), Elsa Martinelli, Jean Seberg, Lauren Bacall”

Off-the-peg silk and sparkle for Birkin and Bardot in their new film.
Loris Azzara at a party with Mrs Allen Manus (wearing Azzaro).

And So Finally…

Vintage Editorials: Azzaro With Glitter…

Photography by Helmut Newton, Fashion Editor is Cherry Twiss, Make-up by Estée Lauder.

Scanned by Miss Booty Barefoot from The Daily Telegraph Magazine, December 22nd 1972.

I stumbled upon this stunning editorial over the Christmas period. I absolutely fell in love not only with the photography, but also with the fabulous fashion.

Some of the images are so breathtaking that they almost appear to be painted.

ABOUT MISS BOOTY BAREFOOT...

Natasha Egan-Ronayne

Natasha (a.k.a Miss Booty Barefoot) is a Cornwall-based Vintage Boutique owner, style maven and all-out fashion lover. She is also an active vintage fashion blogger, street style photographer and vintage magazine curator.

Being a busy mother of 2 children, devoted wife and Boutique owner certainly takes up most of her time, however there are 24 hrs in a day, and 7 days in a week, so she tries to squeeze as much out of her life as she possibly can.

You can also find her at Facebook @barefootvintage.co.uk and Instagram @missbootybarefoot.

‘If you’ve enjoyed this post, please be sure to forward it to a friend! xxx’

Vintage Editorials: In An Adult Fashion…

Left: Pink chiffon dress by Jane Cattlin; £57.50 from Chic of Hampstead. Right : Beige chiffon dress by Jane Cattlin; £55.50 from Just Looking. Cream shoes; £17.25 by Kurt Geiger.
Left: Long coffee dress trimmed with lace by Sheridan Barnett; £50, at Quorum. Choker from Emeline. Right: Long pink dress trimmed with lace by Sheridan Barnett, £50 at Quorum and Escalade. Gold chain and star from Emeline.
Left: Black dress and feather trimmed jacket, by Jean Muir; £226 from Fortnum & Mason. Earrings by Adrien Mann, Hat by Graham Smith for Jean Muir. Right: Short black suit, by Sheridan Barnett £38 from Quorum and Escalade. Hat by Jean Muir £15. Earrings by Corocraft, Black suede bag from a selection by Janet Ibbotson.
Left: Radley cream flower printed pyjama suit by Ossie Clark; about £35 from Quorum and Escalade. Cream shoes; £17.25 by Kurt Geiger. Rings from Booty. Choker and bangle from a selection at Emeline. Right: Blue satin pyjamas with black spot print, about £150; black shoes , about £30; all from St Laurent Rive Gauche. Ebony and Ivory necklaces and bangle, all from Emeline.
Left: Rainbow shaded chiffon skirt and top by Thea Porter; £211 from Thea Porter. Cream grosgrain shoes; £17.25 by Kurt Geiger. Turquoise and silver Zuni cluster ring; £30, from Leonard. Gold bubble chain with star from Emeline, Tights; Berkshire. Right: Printed lurex skirt and top, £125; and necklace, about £25; all by Missoni from Browns. Black shoes; about £30, from St Laurent Rive Gauche. Black tights; Mary Quant. Blue Perspex ring from Emeline.

Fashion Editor: Cherry Twiss.

Photographer: Duffy.

Hair: Daniel.

Make-up: Estée Lauder.

Scanned from The Daily Telegraph Magazine, September 1973.

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“The top young London designers, who pioneered many of the young ideas of the mid-Sixties, are now concentrating on a more adult look”. by Cherry Twiss.

Much of the fashion shown here is by the outstanding craftsmanship of Ossie Clark, Sheridan Barnett at Quorum, Jean Muir, Thea Porter, Missoni and St Laurent Rive Gauche.  xxNxx

ABOUT MISS BOOTY BAREFOOT...

Natasha Egan-Ronayne

Natasha (a.k.a Miss Booty Barefoot) is a Cornwall-based Vintage Boutique owner, style maven and all-out fashion lover. She is also an active vintage fashion blogger, street style photographer and vintage magazine curator.

Being a busy mother of 2 children, devoted wife and Boutique owner certainly takes up most of her time, however there are 24 hrs in a day, and 7 days in a week, so she tries to squeeze as much out of her life as she possibly can.

You can also find her at Facebook @barefootvintage.co.uk and Instagram @missbootybarefoot.

‘If you’ve enjoyed this post, please be sure to forward it to a friend! xxx’

Vintage Editorials: Colour Plays…

Maroon mohair jumper dress with ribbed polo neck neckline and bodice with a short flared skirt by Lil. Silver bracelets by Fabrice. Geometric enamel brooch by Florence Chenard-Alexandre.
LEFT: The pant suit , slim , with long legs extended from the knee to the ankle, is cut in a pure wool blend jersey in purple, tan , black, or blue. With a small collar , front zipper , encrusted belt, pockets, jean styling, stitched front and back by Vicky Loria . Wide brim felt hat by Promo M 19. Indian silk embossed scarf by France Grande . Block-heeled oxfords by Tilbury . RIGHT: Three quarter waxed raincoat is lined with faux fur. It has an attached hood, two large patch pockets, a button fastening and wide pleat in the back by Christiane Bailly for Frank Anders. She wears the black version of the purple pant suit . Leather boots by Céline.
A semi-transparent chiffon trouser suit with velvet embossed clover print. A casual, sporty, relaxed outfit, consisting of a long tunic with satin collar, cuffs and tie belt and slim fitting pants with wide hem all by Pierre Dostal. Long jet and crystal necklace, finished with tassel trimmings by Pulcinella.

Photography by Marc Hispard. Scanned from French ELLE Magazine by Miss Booty Barefoot for Vintage Editorials: Colour Plays…

Translating French fashion editorials to English is hard work….and not always as simple as it may seem. Yes Google translate does come into play – most certainly on this occasion – however – you have to be somewhat of a wordsmith or even have a minor ability to decrypt – as not every sentence or word translates well.

What does translate incredibly well is the photography. As it is said – “A picture is worth a thousand words” and so WOW – do these images do this statement justice. Bagsie (used in the U.K. to call dibbs, to claim first choice, by saying bagsie you are saying it is yours because you are the first to claim it.) on the clover print pant suit please! xxNxx

ABOUT MISS BOOTY BAREFOOT...

Natasha Egan-Ronayne

Natasha (a.k.a Miss Booty Barefoot) is a Cornwall-based Vintage Boutique owner, style maven and all-out fashion lover. She is also an active vintage fashion blogger, street style photographer and vintage magazine curator. Being a busy mother of 2 children, devoted wife and Boutique owner certainly takes up most of her time, however there are 24 hrs in a day, and 7 days in a week, so she tries to squeeze as much out of her life as she possibly can. You can also find her at Facebook @barefootvintage.co.uk and Instagram @missbootybarefoot. ‘If you’ve enjoyed this post, please be sure to forward it to a friend! xxx’
Vintage Editorial: Summer Romance...Vogue June 1974

Vintage Editorials: Summer Romance…

Images captured from Vogue June 1974

Vintage Editorials: Summer Romance...

Photography by David Bailey. Images scanned from VOGUE 1974 by Miss Booty Barefoot, from part of Vogue's Eye View Editorial.
Vintage Editorial: Summer Romance...Vogue June 1974

“She’d like to teach the world to sing in perfect harmony.”

She has lunch at San Lorenzo, dinner at Tramps, tea for two under the pergola. She’s a believer in love at first sight, a tarot card reader, a collector of ghost stories, a confidante.

Vintage Editorial: Summer Romance...Vogue June 1974

“She’ll only wear clothes with good vibrations”

Printed blue cotton dress edged with camisole lace, gathered in three tiers to mid calf length. By Jap at Jap and Joseph. Thin silver chain and earrings to order at André Bogaert.

Vintage Editorial: Summer Romance...Vogue June 1974

Her luggage: a carpet bag she picked up at a country auction, assorted straw baskets.

Sugarbag blue chino, printed and ruffled, falling loose and full to mid-calf, with stitched chiffon belt. £72 at Harrods. By Jean Muir.

Vintage Editorial: Summer Romance...Vogue June 1974

Her natural habitat: home with faded prints, honeysuckle, herbs and French provincial furniture.

Chocolate and lapis silk chiffon dress, ruffled under the arms, up to the halter neck, skirt gathered at waistband. £50 at Lucienne Philips. By Jean Muir

Her Holiday: a cottage in Wales, a farmhouse in Lucca, a schooner round the isles of Greece – but she doesn’t have to relax, her whole life’s a holiday.

Photography by David Bailey. Images scanned from VOGUE June 1974 by Miss Booty Barefoot (Natasha), from part of Vogue’s Eye View Editorial.

ABOUT MISS BOOTY BAREFOOT

Natasha (a.k.a Miss Booty Barefoot) is a Cambridge-based Vintage Boutique owner, style maven and all out fashion lover. She is currently studying towards her Degree in Psychology, whilst also being an active vintage fashion blogger, occasional street style photographer and vintage magazine curator. Being a busy mother of two small children, devoted wife & vintage boutique owner certainly takes up most of her time – unbelievably Natasha still finds time to smell the roses, listen to music and love life to the max. There are 24 hrs in a day, and 7 day’s in a week, so she try’s to squeeze as much out of her life as she possibly can.

You can find her at Facebook @barefootvintage.co.uk or Instagram @missbootybarefoot or twitter @BootyBarefoot

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