Jane Birkin in 1970.
ACROSS 110TH STREET
Getting that early 70s feeling! The black and white dress is Louis Feraud and the lady in hat is wearing clothes by Emanuel Ungaro. Photo by Roland Bianchini (L'Officiel, 1971).
PS. I know this is more fall than spring but who cares. If you like this post, click here for more balloons.
NOBODY KNOWS WHERE WE ARE
OÙ EST MA DROGUE
Let's have a look at Milton Glaser's psychedelic work!
PLUS ON PARLE, PLUS LES MOTS NE VEULENT RIEN DIRE
Vivre Sa Vie, directed by Jean-Luc Godard (1962).
BLONDE ON BLONDE
Brigitte Bardot and Sylvie Vartan.
P TO THE OP
YOU'RE A LOSER, A REBEL, A CAUSE WITHOUT
Looklet.com, a perfect way to kill time.
POUPÉE DE CIRE, POUPÉE DE SON
PS. More France Gall here.
SO BABY PLEASE KILL ME
THAT'S THE DAY I KNEW YOU WERE MY PET
I FELT A STING OF PAIN RUNNING DOWN MY SPINE
As someone in the comment section said, this could be a video ad for American Apparel and whether that's good or bad for a music video ends with a question mark but I still fancy the clothes. Especially that amazing piece of hand jewelry, I've been looking for something similar for about two years now but I never seem to find it so I guess I have to do it myself.
THERE ARE THINGS KNOWN AND THERE ARE THINGS UNKNOWN, AND IN BETWEEN ARE THE DOORS OF PERCEPTION
"A Beatnik is one who does not allow society to slow him/herself down. It is one who lets their mind wonder by eliminating the distractions caused by society. This gives the Beatnik the necessary freedom for creativity and pure expression to come forth."
Others might say they were just the original hipsters dressed in black skinny pants.