Friday, 6 September 2013

Vogue 1965: Jean Varon, Jane & Jane, Foale & Tuffin, Harriet





Finest black organdie shift,  loose fitting, boldly squared in gold, worn over a tiny culotte dress in black tricel jersey. By Jean Varon, 14gns., from Lucinda Byre, Liverpool; Googl-eye, Cooper House, Luddendenfoot, Halifax; Henry Burger's ground floor boutique, Leeds.



Sleeveless chiffon dress in tigerish striped print, brown and ginger. By Jane & Jane, in two lengths, long 35½ guineas, and short, 26½ guineas. Available from Chie of Hampstead, 74 Heath Street, N.W.3; Trend, Guildford; and Cyril Livingstone, Leeds.



Brilliantly patterned red wool, for a sleeveless V-necked wrapover dress; 18 guineas from Harriet, 8 Gregory Place, W.8. Wendy Lewis who runs this very small boutique, does her own designing and adds to her collection every fortnight. She also has a boutique selling handbags, presents and dresses at Andre Bernard's salon, 10A Old Bond Street.



Extra long coat,  finger-tip length, worn here with cigarette trousers (alternative is a very short flared skirt). Coat has corduroy-covered back yoke and high button up collar. In navy blue with royal; camel with black; or maroon with yellow. At the Foale & Tuffin boutique, 1 Marlborough Court, W.1; Trend, Chester. Coat, 14 gns., skirt 5½ gn.


                                                                IMAGE CREDITS
 All images and original text scanned by Sweet Jane from VOGUE, October 1 1965. Photographer: Peter Mullett.

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