Well, Vintage at Goodwood is over now, but I did enjoy searching out prime examples of vintage British magazines to reflect the decades. I said I would put up some spreads, so here they are. I love this one from Ideal Home from the sixties. An interview with Liberty window dresser, Roy Gentry. Is
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So, Vintage at Goodwood kicks off today, and our trip down magazine memory lane comes to an end in the 80s, with a copy of Blitz magazine. Wrongly accused as a pale imitation of The Face, Blitz was a great reflection of the time, as this Frankie Goes to Hollywood cover testifies. First published in
Nearly there. Vintage at Goodwood starts tomorrow, and our countdown of magazine covers through the decades continues with Oz from 1972. This is the fifth anniversary issue, and the list of contributors is amazing: John Peel, Auberon Waugh, Robert Crumb and Peter Till. Sadly, the magazine was on a downward spiral, having been through the
We continue our countdown to Vintage at Goodwood on Friday, and today is the turn of the sixties. Homes and furniture was a massive part of the 1960s, with new designers like Charles Eames and Terence Conran shaping the way people lived. Ideal Home magazine was one of the biggest selling titles at the time.
Four days to go till Vintage at Goodwood, and today we celebrate that event with a magazine cover from the fifties. 1951 to be precise. The year of the Festival of Britain, and the advent of a nation determined to pull itself out of austerity and war. Picture Post was the ‘Life’ magazine of the
Vintage Goodwood – (a celebration of all that is great about British culture) begins on Friday. Brainchild of Wayne Hemingway (he of Red or Dead fame) – the festival will consist of music, fashion and all things cultural. I dearly want to go, but it is just too far to travel with the current workload