London: Mitchell Beazley, 2003. Square 4to (8 7/8 x 9 ¼ in.) in wraps with dust jacket. 192 pp. / Stain running through the tail edge, otherwise good condition. Item #4547
Author and lecturer Marnie Fogg explores the 1960s fashion and consumerist phenomenon known as the boutique. Fogg chronicles the major players of the time including Barbara Hulanicki of Biba, Sir Paul Smith, Celia Birtwell, and John Bates, as well as influential models, photographers, and fashion editors of the day. Includes color photographs, advertisements and fashion illustrations.