Young London: Permissive Paradise

First published in 1969, it is a collection of mostly black and white photos of London in the ‘swinging sixties’ era, with the emphasis on outrageous fashion statements. The book took Habicht seven months and 250 rolls of film to shoot and really captures the essence of the period. Initially, it was promoted by the song ‘Permissive Paradise’ by The Iveys, which was pressed on a flexidisc.

Text: Cremonesi Heather, Bruce Robert. cm 25×30; pp. 96; BW ills.; hardcover. Publisher: Harrap, London, 1969.

ISBN: 9780245596308| 0245596305
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First published in 1969, it is a collection of mostly black and white photos of London in the ‘swinging sixties’ era, with the emphasis on outrageous fashion statements. The book took Habicht seven months and 250 rolls of film to shoot and really captures the essence of the period. Initially, it was promoted by the song ‘Permissive Paradise’ by The Iveys, which was pressed on a flexidisc.

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