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Shaun Casey GUY BOURDIN Gianpaolo Barbieri FIRE ISLAND Versace VOGUE ITALIA vtg

Shaun Casey GUY BOURDIN Gianpaolo Barbieri FIRE ISLAND Versace VOGUE ITALIA vtg

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A very rare 1970's issue of Vogue Italia.  You can see the punk influence in the hair and make-up styling.  

A wonderful gatefold cover by Gianpaolo Barbieri.  The model is Shaun Casey. 

Pelliccia reversibile: Pelliccia del futuro? - 10 pages of photos by Gianpaolo Barbieri.

Pelliccia delle nevi - 10 pages
photographs by David Schoen.

Fra il tenero e il clown con taglia gigante - 12 pages photographs by
Barry Lategan.

Pelle nera e linea affilata - 12 pages photographs by Barry Lategan.

Quanto fruscio di taffeta' - 14 pages photographs by Gianpaolo Barbieri.

Morbide, dolci nell'inverno rigido - 14 pages
photographs by Gianpaolo Barbieri.

Trench affini - 10 page beauty shoot
 by Francois Lamy.

Nostra maglia quotidiana - 12 pages
photographs by Gianpaolo Barbieri.

Guy Bourdin photographs a rare Gianni Versace for  COMPLICE full page advert - see pic.

DISCO dancers at Fire Island in the clubs of San Francisco etc in DISCOMANIA, with photos by JEFF TENNYSON

LILJA BRIK interview with photos.

Condition is very good.  The cover has some wear. The photographs you see are from the actual copy you will receive. An extremely rare issue indeed.

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Our Covid Virus Plan - July 2020

We are still trading. We are still posting sales.  The post office has advised, as an essential service, that it will remain open. There are also extra cargo planes to keep up with demand, and couriers such as FedEx and DHL have increased capacity.

We have lots of packaging in stock, we started self isolating in early March and we have a new, very stringent cleaning routine in place. We have thousands of magazines close to us in our archive and office and we also have many more in boxes in storage. Any stock we retrieve is being handled with gloves.  All of our stock is already sealed, as all our vintage magazines are stored in individual archive sleeves, in acid-free boxes, and in climate-controlled art storage.

The world has changed and it will continue to change in profound ways that we cannot fully imagine.  We have no other income and we really appreciate any sales we make that at this time. As we start this long path of isolation and spend more time cut off we are, in a small way, a little excited about the idea of being able to provide reading material and rare magazines for people all over the world. With love from all of of us at this very difficult time.  Stay safe. xxx

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