Queen magazine Late April 1970 Sam Haskins Ian Ogilvy Marc Leonard John Glashan


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This is a rare issue of women’s fashion magazine Queen from April 1970

COVER: Photograph by Sanders.

Print themed editorial photographed by Tim Street-Porter. 6 pages.

Photograph of woman for beauty feature by Sam Haskins across 2 pages.

‘Always a bit subversive’ - Sally Beauman meets the Hon Rebel. 2 pages. Portrait photograph by John Marmaras.

Menswear fashion editorial featuring Ian Ogilvy photographed by Marc Leonard. 4 pages.

’An Enquiry into the nature of mankind and the meaning of life' by John Glashan. 1 full page.

Also in this issue…regular features on wine, food, travel and antiques throughout.

Originally a society magazine started in 1861. In the early 50s, editor Jocelyn Steven bought the magazine in 1958 and shifted the format, content and readership to turn Queen into one of the most iconic publications of its time. Working with Beatrix Miller, Norman Parkinson and later Helmut Newton, Queen became a definitive bible for all things 60s.

Very Good condition for a magazine of this age with some light marks and creases  (see images).

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