Boutique: A '60s Cultural Phenomenon
Mitchell Beazley, 2003 - 192 pages
The emergence of the boutique came about in the early 1960s against a backdrop of social upheaval. For the first time, high fashion became available to the young, the attractive and the cool. As a venue for customers to meet, gossip and entertain friends, the boutique was pivotal in stimulating a new interest in self-image and representation. Here, fashion expert Marnie Fogg explores the social, cultural and creative ramifications of the boutique phenomenon.
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