BIBA Swinging London 1965-1974 by Hitoshi Nagasaw:

This book is the one decade history of fashion and street culture in London . The story begins with BIBA and then back to Modernism, such as acid/psychedelic culture and also the anti-modern designers who lead the beginning of 70's fashion.

Goro Yamada said "acid/psychederic movement revived anti-modernism such as Art Nouveau, Secession, Symbolism, the Celt pattern, the boom of India and Arabesque" Also the aesthetic culture history.
 
 
FROM A TO BIBA, by Barbara Hulanicki

Barbara Hulanicki tells the story of the rise and fall of the tiny, chaotic boutique that grew into a vast emporium and epitomised Swinging London. The Biba store was to become an icon of hip 60s and 70s London and a hangout for artists, film stars and rock musicians, including the Rolling Stones, David Bowie, Twiggy, Brigitte Bardot and Marianne Faithful.

But in the early 1970s, Hulanicki and her husband Stephen Fitz-Simon lost control after a series of bitter boardroom struggles and for Barbara, Biba was lost. This lively autobiography evokes the adventurous spirit of the 1960s and describes an extraordinary life with clarity and wit.

'By turns poignant, hilarious and downright surreal, it's the perfect glam holiday read' Elle Decoration

'Nobody who was shaken awake by the Swinging Sixties should miss the story of the rise of Biba' Sunday Express

Published by the Victoria & Albert Museum; New edition Available on line and in book stores NOW.


www.vam.ac.uk | www.amazon.com
 
 
FROM A TO BIBA, by Barbara Hulanicki

Barbara Hulanicki tells the story of the rise and fall of the tiny, chaotic boutique that grew into a vast emporium and epitomised Swinging London. The Biba store was to become an icon of hip 60s and 70s London and a hangout for artists, film stars and rock musicians, including the Rolling Stones, David Bowie, Twiggy, Brigitte Bardot and Marianne Faithful.

But in the early 1970s, Hulanicki and her husband Stephen Fitz-Simon lost control after a series of bitter boardroom struggles and for Barbara, Biba was lost. This lively autobiography evokes the adventurous spirit of the 1960s and describes an extraordinary life with clarity and wit.

'By turns poignant, hilarious and downright surreal, it's the perfect glam holiday read' Elle Decoration

'Nobody who was shaken awake by the Swinging Sixties should miss the story of the rise of Biba' Sunday Express

Published by the Victoria & Albert Museum; New Ed edition Available on line and in book stores NOW.


www.vam.ac.uk | www.amazon.com
 
 
Valley of the Dolls by Jacqueline Susann

Cover Design by Barbara Hulanicki | Published by Virago Press | Available at


www.waterstones.com
 
 
Disgrace, London, 1990 Barbara Hulanicki

By Barbara Hulanicki - Pan in association with Sidgwick & Jackson (1991) - Paperback - 279 pages

Set in the best shops, the worst dives, the grandest parties, the sleaziest bedsits, and the darkest gutters of London and France, this is the story of two sisters - Milla, rebellious and wayward and Georgia, spoilt and cosseted - who are both greedy for success.


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Yoga Practice Journal, by Witold Fitz-Simon with illustrations by Barbara Hulanicki

This yoga home practice journal is beautifully illustrated with paintings and drawings by internationally renowned designer Barbara Hulanicki. It includes: detailed journal pages to organize your practice; self-assessment questionnaires to record your progress; motivational strategies;

asana practice guidelines with detailed lists and syllabuses of poses appropriate for different levels; pranayama guidelines; meditation techniques; a breakdown of key aspects of yoga philosophy, and more.


www.wyoga.com | US- Available at www.Amazon.com | UK- Available at www.Amazon.co.uk