Fashion: Back to the future
Designers are reinterpreting vintage silhouettes in a thoroughly modern manner. Styling by Sophia Neophitou. Photographs by Jean-Paul Pietrus
Saturday 06 March 1999
Right dress, pounds 470, and gloves, from a selection, both by Yohji Yamamoto, 14-15 Conduit Street, London W1, enquiries 0171-491 4129
This page dress, and cape with white lining, to order, by Viktor and Rolf Couture, enquiries 00 33 1 423 39305
Right taffeta frill-front shirt and matching knickers, to order, by Oscar Suleyman
from Browns, 23-27 South Molton Street, London W1, enquiries 0171-491 7833
Reversible skirt, to order, by Sophia Kokosalaki, enquiries 0171- 836 7584; muslin blouson shirt, pounds 325, by Balenciaga, available from Joseph, 16 Sloane Street, London SW1, enquiries 0171-823 9500; leather 'cut-me- out' jacket, to order, by Boudicca, available from The Pineal Eye, 49 Broadwick Street, London W1, enquiries 0171-434 2567
Hair Jennie Roberts at Public for Aveda
Make-up Christopher Ardoss at Public using Ruby and Millie
Model Eva Strus at Take Two
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