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Tim Buckley NIK COHN Duffy CELIA HAMMOND Queen magazine 4 January 1967

Tim Buckley NIK COHN Duffy CELIA HAMMOND Queen magazine 4 January 1967

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An uber collectable issue of the iconic British women's magazine Queen with a striking fashion-forward pop cover photographed by David Gittens, the model wearing a cut-out plastic filter visor/helmut.

As with all issues of Queen, this issue includes the usual high-brow digest of UK and international culture, film, music, theatre and high society gossip including -

Documentary and fashion shoots by Toby Molenaar, David Anthony, and Bill King, plus a really special 8 page fashion editorial featuring a mix of photography by Vernier and drawings by Francesca Fisher.

Celia Hammond rocks a rocking chair in a fashion spread by Brian Duffy. 4 pages.

ADRIAN BAILEY drawings and text.

Brutalist ARCHITECTURE in AYLESBURY, shot by John Vaughan.

BEAUTY by Joan Price.

Features on The Who, Tim Buckley (inc photo), The Verdi Overtures, and The Kinks by Nik Cohn.

Literary censorship by John Bradshawe.

Classical music reviews by cult British novelist Anthony Burgess.

Clothes / styles worn in this issue are by Mary Quant, Jaeger, Maxine Leighton, SHEEPSKIN, SHETLAND, SYLVIA AYTON, ZANDRA RHODES, CHARLES JOURDAN,Georgina Lindhart, GRAZIELLA FONTANA, HERBERT JOHNSON, HERRINGBONE,  Janice Wainwright, JEAN MUIR etc.

Iran travel feature by DOONE BEAL.


'Look 67' fashion spread looks to be modeled by Maudie James.

FAUX gorilla FUR and sheepskin coats in the men's fashion spread, 4 pages modeled by KAFFE FASSETT - FAUX FUR, HERRINGBONE, JAEGER, SHEEPSKIN, SHETLAND etc.

Article on the design store GAVINA.

Drawings by John Glashan.

Impossible to find issue dated 4th January, 1967.

Originally a society magazine 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.  Feint crease to cover, runs partially through models face.  Light age-related foxing to cover page. Sping and contents strong, colours vibrant.

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