Introduction by Terence Pepper. Photographs by Norman Parkinson, Kim Knott, Andrew MacPherson, Robert Erdmann, Carrie Branovan and McGee.
London. Warehouse. 1986. First edition. Folio. Wrappers. Unpaginated [c.100 pages]. Illustrated throughout with b&w plates. 425 x 300mm (16¾ x 11¾"). 0.5kg. . English. Very good; general shelf wear to extremities of wrappers, a small 1 cm tear to one internal page, a well-preserved copy of a fragile publication.
A scarce 1980s look book from the clothing store Warehouse. Published in 1986 to mark Warehouse's 10th anniversary the magazine-format publication is a tribute to the fashion photographer Norman Parkinson. Terence Pepper provides a written tribute to Parkinson, followed by six different fashion shoots modelling the Warehouse Autumn/Winter 1986/87 collection. The shoots are by Norman Parkinson, Kim Knott (featuring a young Tilda Swinton), Andrew MacPherson, Robert Erdmann, Carrie Branovan and McGee. An exhibition of the photographs ran concurrently at Hamiltons Gallery. There are also short profiles and images of David Hockney, Curiosity Killed The Cat, Lord Snowdon, Dexter Fletcher and Glenda Jackson.