One of a set of ten government anti-smoking posters from the 1960s. This example focuses on what smokers could afford to buy if they gave up cigarettes. Isn’t this a great campaign? I wish I could find the other posters from this campaign! Source and copyright: The National Archives UK: No known copyright restrictions
Photo by American photographer James Jowers of a 1960s mod girl in New York riding a scooter. Photo title: W. 3 st. Source and copyright: George Eastman House Collection: No known copyright restrictions
THIS COMPETITION IS NOW CLOSED. THE WINNER HAS BEEN ANNOUNCED HERE This week’s competition prize has been donated by the lovely Candy Says vintage store, who stock a covetable range of vintage stock from elegant 1930s bias-cut dresses to sixties mini dresses and 80s bat-wing jumpers. About the prize: Unused vintage 1970’s mod sports bag(…)
Video by William Claxton in 1967. Models: Peggy Moffitt, Léon Bing, Ellen Harth. Fashions by Rudi Gernreich. Hair by Jacques of Vidal Sassoon.