Monday, April 30, 2012
Okay so clearly I'm obsessed with 1982! The fleecy skirt looks here so remind me of Bananarama - in their early years of course, and especially when they worked with Fun Boy Three (love that band). The red ruffly top by Jonathan Elliot in the fourth picture I would love to own, and I really like the shoes by Coral Lea.
Saturday, April 28, 2012
A faaaaaabulous 1982 party dress feature here featuring lots of drop-waisted dresses, taffeta and harem style pants. So so so adorable. I love the layout of the pages with the rips and the streamer picture reminds me so much of Clare Grogan of Altered Images! I actually have a dress very similar to the bow one ... I must check the label to see if it's by 'Pipps' as well.
Monday, April 23, 2012
It's been quite a while since I've posted some late 80's Dolly editorials, and I've been meaning to post this I Love Lucy inspired one for ages! It's so fabulous - from the furniture, through to every last detail including the clothing credits being displayed in the fashion of the popular sunburst clocks of the 50's.
Tuesday, April 17, 2012
A really cool, colourful, fun and above all characteristically Fiorucci advertisement from 1978. As I don't think we have Fiorucci here at all in Australia, I had a look at their website (linked above) and saw that they're pretty much staying true to that aesthetic to this day. It's kinda cool to see they're doing a collaboration with Ikea - and have a range of ice-cream lamps that I would loooove to own, but alas...
Monday, April 16, 2012
A jungle-riffic spread featuring Sue Smithers as one of the models (with the beauty spot), I'm not sure who the others are unfortunately. My favourite image is the little picture of the Prue Acton Girl Friday dress in the bottom right hand corner of the last image.
Sunday, April 15, 2012
|Photography Pierre Vauthey|
Wednesday, April 11, 2012
|Photographer Gilbert Rossi|
Model Belinda Seper
I am a huge fan of space-age stylings, and this spread is certainly one to add to the collection. Shot by Gil Gilbert in the stunning surrounds of Hawaii, it provides for a stark, almost apocalyptic vision of the future filled with neon leotards and barren wasteland.
Tuesday, April 10, 2012
Here is a spread that blew me away when I first saw it, and still does. The majority of the clothes are from Flamingo Park - a label by Jenny Kee and Linda Jackson. I adore Jenny Kee and made sure I bought some of the products she made for Target not long ago including a really cool black and white doona cover. I'm not sure who the models are, that is except for Deborah Hutton in the Roller Game shot which is so so cool!