The 60’s Look by David Bailey “Goodbye Baby & Amen”

I’ve got to be honest, I very nearly gave up writing this post. I don’t know what is going on with this computer or perhaps it’s WordPress, but I feel like there’s a poltergeist at the keys. Somehow I even have a male voice telling me what I’m pressing, I nearly jumped three feet – the kids must have mucked around with the settings. Either that or there’s some weird sh*t going on!

Anyway back to business. I got hold of a copy of David Bailey’s Good Baby & Amen, a kind of round up of the movers and shakers of the 60’s. It’s a great book and there are some great pics of the Shrimp, Marisa Berenson, Barbara Streisand etc. But I thought I’d post this little section called “The Look” – which shows the trend of the year, right up to 1969.

I love the squirrel picture of 1962 and of course the iconic leather clad Shrimp of 1964.

David Bailey, The Look of the Sixties, Jean Shrimpton, 1960, Goodbye Baby & Amen

1960

David Bailey, 1961, Goodbye Baby & Amen

1961

David Bailey, 1962, Goodbye Baby & Amen

1962

David Bailey, The Look of the Sixties, Jean Shrimpton, 1963, Goodbye Baby & Amen

1963

David Bailey, The Look of the Sixties, Jean Shrimpton, 1964, Goodbye Baby & Amen

1964

David Bailey, The Look of the Sixties, Jean Shrimpton, 1964, Goodbye Baby & Amen

1964

David Bailey, The Look of the Sixties, Jean Shrimpton, 1965, Goodbye Baby & Amen

1965

David Bailey, The Look of the Sixties, Jean Shrimpton, 1965, Goodbye Baby & Amen

1966

David Bailey, The Look of the Sixties, Jean Shrimpton, 1966, Goodbye Baby & Amen

1967

David Bailey, The Look of the Sixties, Jean Shrimpton, 1967, Goodbye Baby & Amen

1968

David Bailey, The Look of the Sixties, Jean Shrimpton, 1969, Goodbye Baby & Amen

1969

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…and if your a wordpress user and you also have a poltergeist at your computer, do let me know, so I know it’s not just me!

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