8.3.17 hello everyone! I’m feeling really weird today like I’m not really connecting to my surroundings as much as I usually do? I had a little bit of a wobble with eating early this week and found myself watching some videos that were not helping at all and doing my thing where on the outside and when I sit down I’m really really sad, but when someone talks to me I’m unusually cheerful just so noone notices. But I laugh while I say “I’m in a really bad mindset! How funny right!?” So I went and did some work at the student union.
I’m going back to London next weekend to see my family and friends for a couple days because I don’t have any assignments for a little while. How I miss the skyscrapers! xxx emily
Pauline Fordham’s Boutique, Carnaby Street.
Customer Jackie Binder, in a new ‘convict-style’ dress designed by Pauline Fordham (Pauline is dressed in pink in the other pics), looks in the mirror at Miss Fordham’s boutique in Ganton Street, off Carnaby Street, London. April 1966.
British Fashion Trip To Russia
Three British models pose wearing fashionable mini dresses in a square in a park in Moscow, Russia in September 1967. The models are from left to right: Jackie Bowyer in white mini-dress and matching jacket, Felicity Hennings in striped mini-dress and Hannerle Dehn in an orange mini dress with circular motif. They are members of the British Clothing Export Council party, who are taking part in the Soviet Union’s International Festival of Fashion to be held at the International Palace of Sports in the V.I. Lenin Stadium. 1967
Swinging London goes to Russia. 🌺
Twenty mini-skirted British models at Heathrow Airport, London, prior to their departure to Moscow. They are members of the British Clothing Export Council party, who are taking part in the Soviet Union’s International Festival of Fashion to be held at the International Palace of Sports in the V.I. Lenin Stadium. 1967