Sunday Times Magazine February 4 1962 Ian Fleming James Bond Peter Blake Mary Quant Jean Shrimpton
Sunday Times Magazine February 4, 1962
2 The city of Lincoln.
9 The Changing Mood of Britain,
by Tom Stacey.
People of the 60's
13 Goodbye to ‘Wizard Prang’
15 Rewards of Virtuosity
16 Pioneer of Pop Art: Peter Blake 2 page spread
18 Don on the 8.40
19 Short Circuit to Success
20 Into the Big Time: Mary Quant 2 page spread
23 The Living Daylights, a new
James Bond story by lan Fleming spanning 6 (not full) pages.
34 Basic Equipment: Cooking with Robert Carrier
36 Cartoons by Anton
38 In View: selective guide to
the week's television viewing,
by Maurice Wiggin.
THE SUNDAY TIMES
4th February 1962
A sharp glance at the mood of Britain.
The changing mood of fashion: this
dress typifies the move towards a
more feminine look, away from the
figure-denying line. By Mary Quant,
the darling of the London young—
now being accepted and sold
throughout the country (more of
her clothes, page 20). In grey,
chocolate, navy or scarlet flannel.
18 guineas. At Liberty, Wool-
lands, London; Darlings, Edin-
burgh; Stewart Marriott, Truro;
Little Shop, Cookham. Photographs
by David Bailey.
The girl is Jean Shrimpton.
Inset: Irish international Jimmy
Mcllroy, perhaps the greatest stylist
in the game today—one of our
‘people of the 60s’ (see page 15).
© 1962 Thomson Newspapers Ltd. Published
by Thomson Newspapers Ltd., Thomson
House, London W.C.2, Tel. TERminus
1234, and printed for The Sunday Times by
Sun Printers Ltd, Watford and London.
The Sunday Times Magazine is a supplement to The Sunday Times newspaper. The Sunday Times Magazine became Britain’s first colour newspaper supplement on its launch in February 1962. Over the past 50 years, The Sunday Times Magazine has featured stunning images by many of the world's great photographers. As well as a string of sumptuously presented images are works by many highly regarded writers such as Ian Fleming, Martin Amis, Zoe Heller, James Fox, Bruce Chatwin, Jilly Cooper and Nicholas Tomalin.
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