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* Diary The front cover features the distinctive black and gold Biba logo created by John McConnell, who designed the famous Biba graphics from 1965-1972. The sinuous, curved decoration picks up on the Art Nouveau revival of the 1960s. For this logo McConnell used a period typeface called Arnold Bocklin, which has a Celtic feel. The logo was applied to all kinds of Biba products, marketing and packaging.

* Diary The front cover features the distinctive black and gold Biba logo created by John McConnell, who designed the famous Biba graphics from 1965-1972. The sinuous, curved decoration picks up on the Art Nouveau revival of the 1960s. For this logo McConnell used a period typeface called Arnold Bocklin, which has a Celtic feel. The logo was applied to all kinds of Biba products, marketing and packaging.

1960s Biba Label |  John McConnell, Pentagram

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The Biba logo was designed by John McConnell, who worked in the London-based design practice Pentagram. The logo encapsulates the Biba aesthetic, which drew inspiration from such sources as Art Nouveau and Art Deco-era Hollywood.

70s BIBA Iconic Gold Metallic Platforms

9 M / Monster Platforms / Brown Suede Boots / Mid Calf Booties / Raver Grunge Boots / On Trend Boots

Woman's ensemble (jacket, pants, halter top), Biba, 1970. vintage fashion style coral pink outfit suit designer iconic 70s museum

Woman's ensemble (jacket, pants, halter top), Biba, 1970. vintage fashion style coral pink outfit suit designer iconic 70s museum

Cilla and Cathy McGowan helping Biba move shop in 1966

Cilla Black RIP) and Kathy McGowan, with Biba staff, carry store fixtures and potted palms into the new Biba, Kensington Church Street, in 1965

Barbara Hulanicki Conversation

Barbara Hulanicki, the “godmother of fashion” in London – best known for her boutique(s) BIBA (models included Twiggy, Kate Moss, and Rolling Stones’ R.

Shortbread & Ginger: Viva Biba!

BIBA - perhaps one of the most iconic fashion looks of the and early All these pictures are from the October 1973 edition of 19 .

Biba Winter 1974 Colours: All metallic - Grandma (purple) - Ginger (a light rust) - Tapestry (smokey blue) - Cream (cream) - Terracotta (deep brick) - Brown (sepia brown) - Blueberry (deep dusky blue) - Lupin (mauve) - Aubergine (deep purple-brown) - Leek (light green) - Juniper (purply blue) - Ladybird (bright red).

The Biba Diary 1976, Biba winter colours 1974.

BIBA by Polish designer Barbara Hulanicki third shop 124-126 Kensington High Street by W10

BIBA by Polish designer Barbara Hulanicki third shop Kensington High Street

* Lip Gloss 1970/80  Small black plastic container with Biba logo containing lip gloss in 'Pansy'.

* Lip Gloss Small black plastic container with Biba logo containing lip gloss in 'Pansy'.

1960s Biba Catalogue

Vintage 1960s Biba Catalogues

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