Clothes For New Druids From Fashion’s Natural Reserves
Stonehenge, United Kingdom, 15 October 1970
Image from a shoot for British Vogue at Stonehenge, 15th October 1970, p.62.
'The raw materials of fashion, the natural look and warmth of the things we wore when dressing was for survival, in shag and skin, real wool and suede colours, tied with things, worn with grass hats, fringed boots. Not so much clothes as robes, heroic dressing...'
'Thready wool coat, grey, purple, brown, hooded and zipped up the front, the sides open and fat silk tassels at head and belt. £18, at Young Jaeger. Brown knit knickers, £11 from Mary Davies and Donald Davies shops. Rust suede fringe boots, £20 19s, at Elliott.'