Fashion: Snappy campers
Sunday 20 June 1999
Captions: Right: grey vest, pounds 12, green crop trousers, pounds 38, rucksack, pounds 28, all from Gap, enquiries 0800 427 789; red hat, pounds 31, by Agnes B, 40- 41 Marylebone High Street, London W1, and 90 High Street, Oxford, enquiries 0171 935 5556; socks, pounds 5.99, by Burlington, from John Lewis, 278-306 Oxford Street, London W1, 0171 580 8355; basketball boots, pounds 29.99, by Converse, from Office, 55 South Molton Street, London W1, enquiries 01372 731 343 Above: vest, pounds 49.95, by Velvet, from Harvey Nichols, as before; headscarf,
pounds 5, from Gap, as before
Blue hooded top, pounds 70, by Juicy, from Harvey Nichols, London SW1, 0171 235 5000; white bikini bottoms, pounds 110, by Joelynian, from Harvey Nichols, as before, enquiries 0171 267 4770; socks, pounds 5.99, by Burlington, as before; basketball boots, pounds 29.99, by Converse, as before
PHOTOGRAPHS BY MARTIN CROOK
STYLING BY LIZZY SHEPHERD
HAIR AND MAKE-UP: CHARLOTTE LOWES USING ELIZABETH ARDEN
WITH THANKS TO PHILIP AND DAVID SHEPHERD
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