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Quant by Quant

Quant, Mary


1st Edition

First edition. Publisher’s original black buckram boards with bright green and blue lettering to spine. In dust jacket. Foxing to page edges and prelims; shallow vertical crease to prelims. Light shelf wear to jacket with closed 2.5cm tear to head of front panel and vertical crease to front flap. With 24 pages of photographs and sketches. A very good first printing of Quant’s 1966 autobiography. *** Mary Quant is credited with revolutionising the fashion world and inventing the mini-dress. Bazaar, her shop on the King’s Road, was opened in 1955 and became an early centre forthe swinging sixties. Over the next ten years the Quant brand grew and grew. Quant by Quant provides an on-the-spot memoir of this explosive decade. Photos of Quant by David Bailey grace the jacket, and the illustrated plates includes sketches by Quant and photos by Bailey, John Cowan, Terence Donovan, Brian Duffy and Norman Parkinson.

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Book Details

AuthorQuant, Mary
PublisherCassel & Company Ltd
Publisher Year1966
Book ConditionVery Good
Jacket ConditionVery Good
Binding TypeHardcover
Edition1st Edition