Paul McCartney pointing out the hypocrisy of the press and their ‘Moral Crusades’.
On 17 June 1967, Life Magazine ran an interview with Paul McCartney in which the Beatle admitted to having taken LSD. The UK press immediately seized upon it, and two days later McCartney gave a statement to Independent Television News (ITN).
Swinging London 1967,
complete series of photos of the magazine “Paris Match” on the psychedelic fashion in London. October 1967. Jane Birkin appears in two photos. Photos by Philippe Le Tellier (Paris Match)
Signed photographs by photographer Bert Stern of Audrey Hepburn for Vogue Magazine, 1963.
From the fashion editorial - The Givenchy Idea: A cocoon of romancey pink tulle with an inner layer of embroidery –mother of pearl, paillettes, sequins, glittery pink and silver thread–and yards of white tulle stole.
“The gossamer quality, the whole idea of it fascinated me; it’s a dress that has to be worn.” - Audrey Hepburn describing her Givenchy dress for her Vogue photo shoot, 1963
The Singolette: tiny cars that occupy a minimum area - personal transportation of the future designed for busy city travel. Illustration by the great Walter Molino for the Italian magazine, Domenica del Corriere, 16 December 1962.