Honey Magazine UK August 1986 - Bryan Ferry & Sade Andy Warhol review
A short preview of Andy Warhol's exhibition that opened on 8th July 1986 at the Anthony D'Offay gallery.
'Iced gems' shoot by Neil Kirk focuses on colours that are 'paler than pale, softer than soft' and includes pieces by BodyMap and Warehouse.
Bryan Ferry and Sade are interviewed.
'Primitive art' fashion spread by Sam Brown encourages readers to layer up tribal printed garments.
In the article 'Heroines', men in the public eye are asked to name their heroines, with Peter Stringfellow naming Princess Diana and Lord Jonathon Somerset citing Kim Basinger.
'Mistique: The benefits of water' shoot contains pieces by Nicole Farhi, Jasper Conran and Whistles.
in 'Chain gangs', high street chain stores Warehouse, Miss Selfridge, Wallis and Chelsea Girl are profiled.
'Flights of fancy' shoot by Sam Brown is full of energy, and features extensive layering of garments as was popular at the time.
Back cover features an amazing illustrated Hellman's mayonnaise advert.
Excellent condition however a few pages have been removed