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Street art in London::The Beatle's Apple Boutique. "Most customers preferred simply to walk in, scoop up some clothes and walk out again. The official word from upstairs was that to prosecute shoplifters was uncool." Bill Zygmant - photo biographer of the 3d Street Art, Street Art Graffiti, The Beatles, Beatles Art, Swinging London, Chalk Art, Public Art, Prints For Sale, Arquitetura

Bill Zygmant Prints for Sale

Buy to Limited edition Signed Prints By Bill Zygmant. Iconic images of the Beatles and more

Left to right: Psychedelic poster artists Michael English and Nigel Waymouth otherwise known as Hapshash and The Coloured Coat with record producer Guy Stevens Photographer: Patrick Ward. Image scanned by Sweet Jane. Paz Hippie, Hippie Life, 1960s Aesthetic, Psychedelic Fashion, Psychedelic Posters, Psychedelic Artists, Psychedelic Music, Hippie Culture, 60s And 70s Fashion

Psychedelic sixties

sweetjanespopboutique: “ Left to right: Psychedelic poster artists Michael English and Nigel Waymouth otherwise known as Hapshash and The Coloured Coat with record producer Guy Stevens (1967)....

Apple Boutique 1967 psychedelic vintage fashion style pants skirt shirt tunic wild rocker looks late early austin powers British mod looks pink blue green brocade 60s And 70s Fashion, Retro Fashion, Vintage Fashion, 1960s Fashion Hippie, 1967 Fashion, Mode Hippie, Hippie Man, Psychedelic Fashion, Psychedelic Art

The Apple Boutique, only lasted eight Months

Apple Shop just before opening . The Apple shop was a retail store located in a building on the corner of Baker Street and Paddington Street, Marylebone, London. It opened on 7 December 1967 and closed on 30 July 1968. The shop was one of the first business ventures by The Beatles' newcomer Apple Corps.…

electripipedream: “ A Lord Kitchener’s Valet Poster This Is Swinging London 1966 ” Psychedelic Fashion, Psychedelic Posters, London Poster, Swinging London, Twist And Shout, Cartoon Pics, Cartoon Picture, London Life, Concert Posters

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The New Boutiques Biba Postal Boutique, Victoria & Albert, Topgear and Harriet. Barbara Hulanicki, Biba Fashion, 60s And 70s Fashion, London Fashion, Vintage Fashion, Blue Green Paints, Swinging London, Twist And Shout, Victoria And Albert

The New Boutiques | Biba Postal Boutique, Victoria & Albert, Topgear and Harriet┃Vanity Fair (1965)

THE NEW BOUTIQUES 1965 Biba's Postal Boutique BIBA, 87 Abingdon Road, W.8, just off Kensington High Street, is one of the favourite Saturday after-the-Portobello-market rendezvous for many fashion-conscious London working girls who have pretty strict money limits when it comes to buying new clothes. Biba's Boutique named after her sister in-law, and run by the artist Barbara Hulanicki and her husband…

The Paddington Street view of the mural designed by The Fool for the facade of the Beatles Apple Boutique in Image scanned by Sweet Jane. Pop Art, Art Nouveau, Beatles Art, Beatles Lyrics, Swinging London, Hippie Culture, Art Mural, Murals, Psychedelic Art

FOOL DESIGN COLLECTIVE - FORMIDABLE MAG - Art

The Fool Design Collective were a Dutch design collective and band influential in the psychedelic style of art in popular music in the late 1960s.

isabelcostasixties: “ Nicky Smith, with Mod Dog Dusonofenhark the Labrador, taking a walk down Carnaby Street, London, February ” 1960s Fashion, London Fashion, Vintage Fashion, Swinging London, Carnaby Street, Girls Slip, Famous Girls, I Love Girls, Pop Culture

The Swinging London – Black and White Photos Show What Young Londoners Wore in the 1960s

Swinging London is a catch-all term applied to the fashion and cultural scene that flourished in London in the 1960s. It consisted largely o...

Nigel Weymouth (right) outside Granny's in 1966 A boutique called Granny Takes a Trip had opened its doors in December 1965 . 60s And 70s Fashion, Pop Fashion, Retro Fashion, Vintage Fashion, Patti Hansen, Lauren Hutton, Off Your Rocker, Swinging London, Glam And Glitter

Granny Takes A Trip

Nigel Weymouth (right) outside Granny's in 1966 A boutique called Granny Takes a Trip had opened its doors in December 1965 ...

Gear Guide Who’s Who in Carnaby Street & King’s Road etc. By David Johnson and Roger Dunkley, drawings and design by Julia Stone. Image scanned by Sweet Jane. Julia Stone, Mod Girl, Nostalgic Images, Mary Quant, Swinging London, Carnaby Street, Sixties Fashion, Vintage Books, Vintage Ads

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Beauty Goes Out On A Decorative Limb The beauty business is going out on a limb these days. Cosmetic firms, rushing to fill the empty spaces caused by the hike in skirt lengths, are providing products that dramatize and prettify legs. More challenging is the painting process, here a girl not only has to be handy with a brush but also limber enough to pull the leg up into working position-or run the risk of painting everything upside down. For sometime now, adventurous girls have been…

Archie McNair helped Mary Quant invent Bazaar, her fashion boutique on King’s Road, Chelsea, London. In its basement, he and Alexander Plunket Greene established Alexander’s restaurant. Mary Quant, Kensington And Chelsea, Chelsea London, Green Pumps, Sixties Fashion, London Photos, Shop Interior Design, British Style, Archie

Archie McNair obituary

London entrepreneur whose vision transformed King’s Road, Chelsea