Create whatever you want with this innovative book, copy the work of a brilliant artist, design your own hats, make up or hair fashion; colour in the dresses of various models in an array of colourways or create your own BIBA inspired ...
Author: Barbara Hulanicki
Category: Crafts & Hobbies
The heart of Swingin' London in the 1960s was fashion--and at the heart of that fashion scene was Barbara Hulanicki's BIBA label. The day she opened her first store, in Kensington, she sold her entire stock within an hour, and the excitement only built from there. By 1973, BIBA had a whole department store, and its tights cuts, skinny sleeves, and earth tones were the essence of fashionable women's wear. This book harks back to Hulanicki's beginnings as a fashion illustrator, offering readers a chance to draw on her ideas and images to make their own fashion creations. Whether it's coloring a dress outline, designing a hat from scratch, or assembling a BIBA-style print, the activities on offer in this workbook are sure to inspire any budding fashion designer or nostalgic fan of the Swingin' Sixties.
127 BARBARA HULANICKI Fashion designer Papers, 1980 - 1986 AAD/1988/14 912 files REFERENCE CONTEXT Barbara Hulanicki (1938 -) was born in Poland. Her family moved to England at the start of the Second World War. She trained as a fashion ...
Author: Elizabeth Lomas
The Archive of Art and Design at the Victoria & Albert Museum contains Britain's foremost collection of primary source material relating to art and design, particularly of the twentieth century. Established in 1978, the Archive holds over 200 archives created by individual artists, craftspeople and designers and businesses and societies involved in the manufacture and promotion of art and design products. The Guide describes each archive in detail, offering information about its creator, its contents, and related sources held both inside and outside the V&A Museum. It is an invaluable reference text for everyone with an interest in studying British art and design.
" This book tells the story of the Biba years, from the first ensembles through the four London shops, to the eventual flourishing of a lifestyle brand that revolutionized British retail and fashion culture.
Author: Barbara Hulanicki
Publisher: Victoria & Albert Museum
A revealing look at the fashion revolution of the 1960s and '70s through the groundbreaking, hip, and now-legendary London emporium Biba, this book looks at “the most beautiful store in the world.” Biba, founded in 1963 by designer Barbara Hulanicki, quickly gained cult status and outgrew several locations before the five-story “Big Biba” opened in 1973. More than a store, it was a haven of cool for artists, movie stars, and rock musicians. This book tells the story of the Biba decade, and how the label revolutionized retail and fashion culture. With a wealth of previously unpublished material, including full-color facsimiles of the six luxurious Biba catalogs and archival photographs, The Biba Decade looks at the first retailer to bring affordable fashion to young consumers. Stunning new photography documents the unique Biba look, and the designer and her contemporaries offer their personal insights.
Author: National Art Library (Great Britain)Publish On: 2001-06
Author: National Art Library (Great Britain)
Publisher: Victoria & Albert Museum
A showcase of book bindings, illuminated manuscripts, comics, and children's books found at London's National Art Library in the Victoria & Albert Museum details a history of the styles, crafts, and technologies used in book design.
... and Barbara Hulanicki design, 241 photographic archive of girls practising stitches, 236 private label lines, 242–3 valuing creativity, 239–40 working women's wear, 237 future trends, 257–9, 319–21 perspective on future fashion ...
Author: A Briggs-Goode
Category: Technology & Engineering
Textile design is a complex field of practice which operates in a competitive, global industry. Designers need to take into account not only the design but also the manufacture, technological development and application of the final product. Textile design provides a broad overview of the fundamentals of and advances in textile design, as well as practical case studies of relevant industries. Part one covers the principles of fabric construction as applied to textile design, with chapters on fundamental principles, woven and knitted textile design. Part two discusses surface approaches to textile design, with chapters on such topics as surface design of textiles, printed and embroidered textile design, dyeing and finishing and the use of colour in textile design. Finally, part three focuses on the applications and advances in textile design, including chapters covering colour trend forecasting, sustainable textile design, fashion, interior and 2D to 3D design considerations and new developments in technical and future textiles. With its distinguished editors and international team of contributors, Textile design is an essential reference for design professionals in the textile and fashion industries, as well as those who specialise in interior textiles and academics with a research interest in the area. A broad overview of textile design covering fundamental topics such as principles of fibres and fabrics, knitted fabric design, through to the dyeing, finishing and printing aspects of textile design Explores the design aspects of technical textiles and future textiles An invaluable source of information on textile design and suitable for design professionals in the textile and fashion industries, as well as those in academia
It is a drawing style made popular by Barbara Hulanicki. Right: this drawing worksheet from 1965, '22”1 W ' by John Bates, shows how the designer thinks out not only the design but also how it will be presented: hairstyle, make-up, ...
Author: Gavin Waddell
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
Category: Business & Economics
Fashion deals with a world of illusion on the one hand and a hard-bitten, multifaceted and multi-billion pound industry on the other. This stimulating book clarifies how fashion operates on all its levels: the mystery of haute couture is explained, the complexities of ready to wear are simplified, and the power of mass production assessed and evaluated. Fashion terms, their use and meaning are explained in plain words and the complicated stages of design, manufacture and distribution are described in detail. Also included are sections on bespoke tailoring, wholesale menswear, dressmaking, millinery and accessories, the fashion calendar and short biographies on the most influential designers. Every follower of fashion, whether at college or in big business, will welcome the information presented in this book.
Overview of children's clothing to 1985 that is well illustrated with images of children and actual garments. ... for Alice Pollock, part owner of the boutique Quorum in Kensington, close to Barbara Hulanicki's Biba and the Kings Road.
Author: Valerie Steele
Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing
Category: Social Science
- An essential reference for students, curators and scholars of fashion, cultural studies, and the expanding range of disciplines that see fashion as imbued with meaning far beyond the material. - Over 300 in-depth entries covering designers, articles of clothing, key concepts and styles. - Edited and introduced by Valerie Steele, a scholar who has revolutionized the study of fashion, and who has been described by The Washington Post as one of "fashion's brainiest women." Derided by some as frivolous, even dangerous, and celebrated by others as art, fashion is anything but a neutral topic. Behind the hype and the glamour is an industry that affects all cultures of the world. A potent force in the global economy, fashion is also highly influential in everyday lives, even amongst those who may feel impervious. This handy volume is a one-stop reference for anyone interested in fashion - its meaning, history and theory. From Avedon to Codpiece, Dandyism to the G-String, Japanese Fashion to Subcultures, Trickle down to Zoot Suit, The Berg Companion to Fashion provides a comprehensive overview of this most fascinating of topics and will serve as the benchmark guide to the subject for many years to come.
Londoners can be pleased to be reminded of the bizarre appearance of a tin of baked beans from Biba , but the lack of ... of Biba's move from clothes to make - up to baked beans is a closed book to anyone not already in the know .
... that were used widely in advertising graphics , shop interiors and fashion - conscious homes . Barbara Hulanicki's ' Biba ' shop in Kensington , for instance , pioneered the revival of the romantic imagery of Hollywood and Art Deco ...
Author: Penny Sparke
"The Design Source Book" has been widely used in university design courses for many years. This new, updated volume begins with the 1850's Arts and Crafts movement and includes today's use of computer design techniques. The best of architecture, automobiles, furniture, and fashion are pictured in a movement-by-movement, country-by-country, full-color survey. A marvel of design itself, the book pictures and explains the movements which have influenced our ideas and shaped our way of living.
Biba as a concept marked a change in direction for the brightly coloured geometry of Pop design . McConnell's use of Art Nouveau and ... Biba also introduced a range of products alongside its famous clothes . Barbara Hulanicki , Biba's ...
Author: Catherine McDermott
Publisher: Overlook Press
Chronicles the most essential and inspirational pieces of design created in the modern age. This book is published in association with the Design Museum, London, and is a celebration of design. Imprint.
This stylish introduction to vintage fashion showcases the key designs and styles of the main vintage eras of the 20th century.
Author: Ottilie Godfrey
Publisher: Arcturus Publishing
This stylish introduction to vintage fashion showcases the key designs and styles of the main vintage eras of the 20th century. It will be an inspiration to vintage enthusiasts and general readers alike, including iconic designs, trends and styles from each decade. It also includes commentary on the social changes that influenced fashion throughout the 20th century, plus photographs of film stars (such as Audrey Hepburn and Grace Kelly) modelling classic designs, as well as garment illustrations and authentic model photo-shoots from all eras.
PUBLICATIONS By HULANICKI : Books From A to Biba , London , 1983 . ... Education : Studied fashion and fashion illustration at Brighton College , 1954–56 ; winner in the Evening Standard Design Competition , beachwear division , 1955 .
Author: Richard Martin
Publisher: Saint James Press
A reference book covering individual designers and fashion houses that have been active throughout the 20th and 21st centuries. Informative essays mirror the many facets of the fashion world.
6 Angela Huth Arriba Biba From A to Biba By Barbara Hulanicki Hutchinson £ 8.95 6 summer progresses , seem to have simply ... again gone to great trouble and expense to meet his exacting demands in the way of illustration and layout .
From Pop art to Opart, plastic furniture to bubble-gum paint colours, the Sixties saw a new wave of interior design that was closely linked to popular culture and fashion. Design became increasingly youth-oriented, incorporating a ...
Author: Catriona Gray
Publisher: Hachette UK
From Pop art to Op art, plastic furniture to bubble-gum paint colours, the Sixties saw a new wave of interior design that was closely linked to popular culture and fashion, becoming increasingly youth-oriented and playful to appeal to the new generation of baby-boomers. In Sixties House, mid-century modern enthusiast Catriona Gray has drawn on the magazine's peerless archive, curating the best illustrations and photographs to show how the use of colour, pattern, homewares and furniture evolved through the decade. The homes of key tastemakers are featured including Bridget Riley, Mary Quant, David Mlinaric, Barbara Hulanicki of Biba and David Bailey. The second title in the new Decades of Design series, House & Garden Sixties House is required reading for mid-century modern enthusiasts, collectors and decorators in search of inspiration from the most influential homes of the past.
Barbara Hulanicki sketchbooks show fashion designs for Dorothy Perkins , Peter Robinson , Mini Rock , and other concerns ... interior designers , and his typescript for an ( unpublished ) book on decorators and decoration 1910-1960 .
D SU 31 a uring the 1960s the media played a major role in creating mass markets for goods and used fashion as a ... Barbara Hulanicki and her husband Stephen Fitz - Simon , who was her business manager , also made a significant ...
Author: Amy De la Haye
Category: Crafts & Hobbies
A look at the inspirations, details, tendencies, and revolutions that have made fashion as it is today
Articles In the decade from 1964 to 1974 , Barbara Hulanicki's design and entrepreneurial skills contributed to the development of an entirely new ethos in British fashion which responded to ideas generated by the rising youth culture ...
Author: Ed. Martin
Publisher: Saint James Press
Category: Costume design
This alphabetically-arranged reference resource provides "information on and assessment of fashion designers active during the period from 1945 to the present."--Page ix.
A Century of Color in Design Pantone, LLC, Leatrice Eiseman, E. P. Cutler. Evans, Caroline. Fashion at the Edge: Spectacle, Modernity, and Deathliness. ... Hulanicki, Barbara. From A to BIBA: The Autobiography of Barbara Hulanicki.
Author: Pantone, LLC
Publisher: Chronicle Books
Follow global color authority Pantone on this vivid journey through the rich history of color in fashion. Favorite hues and their appearances across the decades are profiled in informative text and copiously illustrated by runway photos and archival images. Track Bright Marigold from its heyday in the 1940s as Hermès' identifying hue to its showstopping appearance in Carolina Herrera's Spring/Summer 2013 collection, and trace Cyber Yellow from 1960s mod style to Anna Sui's 1990s punk-inspired looks. Complete with a survey of the industry-defining PANTONE Color of the Year, PANTONE on Fashion is the ultimate guide to the timeless shades the fashion world loves to love.
Hence, whichever age group is most populous during a given time, they serve as the fashion innovators and fashion inspiration. ... and Barbara Hulanicki, in fact 121 the mini was worn on the streets before any branded.
Author: Andrew Reilly
Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing
Key Concepts for the Fashion Industry is the first concise and accessible overview of fashion theories for students on any fashion course. Providing an easy understanding of the core concepts, from scarcity to conformity, this book offers clear, practical examples and accessible case studies, making complex theory easy to digest. All fashion students need a basic understanding of how a style becomes a fashion and how this spreads or declines, whether they are studying fashion design, merchandising or any other fashion course. Containing student-friendly features such as discussion questions, activities and further reading, this book is essential reading for all students studying across all areas of fashion.