Fashion: Into The Groove

For women in their late twenties and early thirties, these clothes will bring back memories: Cyndi Lauper singing 'Girls Just Wanna Have Fun', Madonna in 'Desperately Seeking Susan', those lacy fingerless gloves and fishnet bras, the heavy jewellery, ripped- up tights and stilettoes. All were slavishly copied in village discos up and down the land. This is not a revival as such - more a homage ...

Caption: Oppostie page: English disco jumper, pounds 195, by Fake, from Tokio, 309 Brompton Rd, London SW3, Pollyanna, Barnsley, enq 0171 823 7310; black mesh bolero top, pounds 25, by Rectangle Blanc, from Explore, 59 South Molton St, London W1, enq 0171 499 4243; turquoise bra, pounds 80, by Agent Provocateur, 16 Pont St, London SW1, enq 0171 235 0229, mail order 01483 204 469; black lacy mini-skirt, pounds 10, from American Classics, 404 King's Rd, London SW10, enq 0171 351 5229

Left: vintage jacket, pounds 150, by Steinberg and Tolkien, 193 Kings Rd, London SW3, enq 0171 376 3660; denim skirt, pounds 63.50, blue bra, pounds 25.50, both by cK, 55 New Bond St, London W1, enq 0171 259 6011; black top, pounds 67, by A F Vandervorst, from Browns Focus, South Molton St, London W1, enq 0171 491 7833; turquoise high heels, pounds 325, by Gina Couture, 189 Sloane St, London SW1, enq 0171 235 2932; diamante cross and chain, pounds 48, by Butler & Wilson, South Molton St, London W1, 189 Fulham Rd, London SW3, enq 0171 409 2955; lace gloves, pounds 23, by Cornelia James, from department stores nationwide, enq 0171 499 9423; gold diamante belt, pounds 300, from Erickson Beamon, 38 Elizabeth St, London SW1, enq 0171 259 0202

Trousers, pounds 119, by Joseph, 26 Sloane St, London SW1, 81 King St, Manchester, enq 0171 590 6200; orange cardigan, pounds 405, by Matthew Williamson, from Browns, as before, Matches, Wimbledon, enq 0181 542 9416, Wade Smith, Liverpool, enq 0151 255 1077; black lace shirt, pounds 40, from Steinberg and Tolkien, as before; tassled bra, pounds 35, by Agent Provocateur, as before; white studded belt, pounds 4, from Portobello Market

PHOTOGRAPHS BY DONNA FRANCESCA

STYLING BY TAMARA CINCIK

MAKE-UP BY HINA DOHI AT STREETERS FOR RUBY AND MILLIE

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