Karen Fairchild in her 1960s Andre Murasan Cape from Shrimpton Couture
It's kind of amazing when a modern day super star wears something from the shop.
By Cherie, October 28, 2016
In the foreword to Martine Sitbon: Alternative Vision, the first book dedicated to the work of the influential designer, Sitbon’s husband and long-time collaborator art director Marc Ascoli writes, "Martine is ambivalent – profound and playful".
By Curate, October 27, 2016
We know that one woman’s gaucherie can be another’s idea of glamour. This push and pull played out at the Spring 2017 collections where revealing looks competed for attention with more buttoned-up styles.
By Curate, October 25, 2016
“What’s wrong with the way women dress is that they don’t know anything about their bodies,” Ossie Clark boldly stated in 1971, referring to the 60s’ prevailing plastic-coated, thigh-grazing look that favoured whippet-thin boyish physiques.
By Curate, October 20, 2016