Barbara Hulanicki (Biba) | Suit | British | ca. 1972

Pantsuit Biba, 1971 The Metropolitan Museum of Art vintage fashion style color photo print ad model magazine leopard jacket pants

Bath display in Art Deco-style Biba store, 1970s.

Eclectic home of Biba's Barbara Hulanicki. The bath, a riot of peach and plastic flowers. Brilliant blue glass, candlesticks and pearly plastic grapes. James Mortimer for Vogue in twenty years

"Why would you change your fashion sense just ´cause you get older?" Barbara Hulanicki, founder of Biba

"Why would you change your fashion sense just ´cause you get older?" Barbara Hulanicki, founder of Biba -- Hopefully I'm this awesome when I'm older

Biba's Barbara Hulanicki in her home studio. James Mortimer for Vogue 1975 ❤•♥.•:*´¨`*:•♥•❤

Biba's Barbara Hulanicki circa 1975 Barbara Hulanicki in the sitting-room, the window open to reveal a jungle of climbing p.

Dress Barbara Hulanicki (Biba) (1936-) About 1969

Maxi dress Place of origin: Britain, United Kingdom (made) Date: 1973 (made) Artist/Maker: Biba (maker) Materials and Techniques: Printed acrylic jersey

LeRoy 3151 1960s 60s Barbara Hulanicki Illustrated Biba Goul

Sewing Pattern illustrated by Barbara Hulanicki (Biba). Before Biba, Barbara worked as an illustrator for Le-Roy in

Barbara Hulanicki. LOVE the hair, necklace & belt!

Barbara Hulanicki, founder of Biba. She's still designing things, which makes…

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