Barbara Hulanicki “London 1986, Après BIBA”

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  The legendary Designer Barbara Hulanicki was a major force in fashion in London in the 1960’s/1970’s : her seven-floor BIBA Department Store was as big as Harrods and far more important to the country’s youth. Her jam-packed career and unceasing influence on design is the stuff of movies (there had been one so far…) … Continue reading

BIBA : The Biba Story, 1964-1975 : how Barbara Hulanicki created a fashion revolution at London’s Fashion and Textile Museum

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      The Fashion and Textile Museum is about to present the first-ever London exhibition of BIBA: The Biba Story: 1964-1975.  This is the only exhibition that looks at the history of Biba, from the first simple shift dresses to the glamorous devoréwraps, sequinned bodices, leopard print coats, trouser suits, floppy hats, and feather … Continue reading

The Barbara Hulanicki Salon Exhibit @Sagamore Miami

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  Barbara Hulanicki is one of Miami Beach’s most famous residents.  The legendary designer who single-handedly changed the face of British fashion back in the 1960s and 1970s’ creating the BIBA empire with her husband Stephen Fitz-Simon (known as Fitz) arrived here in the early 1980s. She came to design a nightclub for Ronnie Woods … Continue reading

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