Director Brian Helgeland’s Legend (2015) tells the based-on true story of Ronald and Reggie Kray: twins (both played by Tom Hardy), East End boys, racketeers, murderers, icons. The Krays were shaped during the 1960s, a[…]
Recently we were fortunate enough to get our hands on Amber Jane Butchart’s new book, her ‘Fashion Miscellany’, which has just been published by The IIex Press. If you don’t already know, Amber is a[…]
Goldie Hawn’s unforgettable debut in hot pants and mini skirts in Cactus Flower.
There is a man on Boardwalk Empire with even more sartorial presence than Nucky Thompson; That man is Chalky White.
As account man Roger Sterling, John Slattery tended to wear a light grey three piece suit; right up until he donned a sharp double breasted for the first time.
Less a costume movie and more a fashion one, Beyond the Valley of the Dolls is typical of its naughty director Russ Meyer in all the best ways.
Mod era film Quadrophenia illustrates an interesting point concerning female hosiery during the 1960s.