Sunday, 20 May 2012

Clothes to be in Love in┃Queen Magazine (1967)

A four page editorial from Queen Magazine, first published in November 1967, it's pretty much got it all going on...a rather booze fuelled love affair, furniture by one of the masters of Modernism, clothes and accessories from Quorum, Mary Farrin, Mary Quant, Gucci, Hung On You, Mr Fish, and hairstyling by Leonard of Mayfair! 


Clothes to be in love in...You'll be so nice to come home to in utterly feminine soft wool, especially if you warm the cockles of his heart with Madeira as the aperitif. You and you wicked ploys...Or look demure in frilly shirt and sumptuous velvet skirt; all sweetness and light and Madeira comfort. Clever you...Quick-change artistry to classic black with Tudor lace at cuffs and collar and bottled Elizabethan charm all the way from the island of Madeira. And you'll be adorable in angora. Cuddle-up and huddle-up and pass the decanter, darling...

Rosalind Yehuda, Charles Jourdan, Mary Quant, 1960s fashion
Hers, blue knitted angora dress, by Rosalind Yehuda, with silver Lurex threading stripes around the hem, cuffs, under bust and below neck. Silver stockings by Mary Quant. Silver shoes, with high Louis heels, by Charles Jourdan. Round hair slide at Leonard. Rose-coloured glasses by Oliver Goldsmith.

His, navy blue serge double-breasted suit, with white buttons, at Hung On You. White cashmere polo-necked sweater at Turnbull and Asser. Black patent leather moccasins, with silver buckles, by Gucci. Madeira, very dry and light aperitif-Sercial.

Hers, White turtle-necked blouse, white lace jabot in front and lace on sleeves; short black velvet skirt with satin bands on both side, satin covered belt and cut steel buckle; both by Marcel Fenez. Diamond brooch, made in Spain in the eighteenth century, from S. J. Philips. Black stockings by Charnos.

His, black silk turtle-necked Russian shirt from Turnbull and Asser. White trousers from Laurence Corner Government Surplus Stores. Coffee table by Marcel Breuer at Aram. Madeira, medium dry-Verdelho.

Hers, maxi-length dress, by Quorum, in black crepe, with glass buttons down front, high sleeves, and white lace at collar and cuffs. Black stockings by Charnos. Black crepe shoes by Charles Jourdan. Enamel rings from S. J. Phillips.

His, white silk ruffled-front dress-shirt; black velvet bow-tie; black silk smoking jacket and white Indian silk handkerchief; all from Turnbull and Asser. Black velvet trousers from Mr Fish. Diamante cuff-links by Felicity Bosanquet. Black patent leather dancing pumps at Lobb. Madeira, medium sweet-Bual.

Hers, backless dress, half-pink, half-white, by Mary Farrin, in fluffy angora, with very high front. Pink silk stockings by Bear brand. Pink crepe shoes, with square paste and pink brilliante buckle, by Charles Jourdan. Hair-styles are by Leonard.

His, long high-necked Prussian-style Indian silk dressing gown in turquoise and mauve paisley design, from Turnbull and Asser. Madeira, rich sweet-Malsmey. Bed-cover in silver PVC by Anderson Manson. Spotted plastic cushions at Presents of Sloane Street. Decanter at Clewes and Makin. 

All image scanned by Sweet Jane from an original editorial for Queen Magazine, November, 1967. All photographs by John Stember.

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