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For many, 1967’s “Electric Music For The Mind And Body” is the premier, defining moment when the attitude and philosophies of the ...

For many, 1967’s “Electric Music For The Mind And Body” is the premier, defining moment when the attitude and philosophies of the ...

Girl in mini dress walking down the Kings Road, Chelsea. Photo: John Hendy

Girl in mini dress walking down the Kings Road, Chelsea. Photo: John Hendy

Mannequins in a shop window display in the boutique ‘Bazaar’ on the Kings Road, London, 1966.

Flaunting fashions on the Kings Road

Mannequins in a shop window display in the boutique ‘Bazaar’ on the Kings Road, London, 1966.

Granny Takes a Trip was a boutique that opened in February 1966 at 488 Kings Road in Chelsea, London by Nigel Waymouth, Sheila Cohen & John Pearse. It has been called the "first psychedelic boutique in 'Swinging London' in the 1960s." By the spring of 1966, the shop had achieved worldwide renown — a hangout for the rich and famous with fabulous clothes and an ever-changing painted facade.

Granny Takes a Trip was a boutique that opened in February 1966 at 488 Kings Road in Chelsea, London by Nigel Waymouth, Sheila Cohen & John Pearse. It has been called the "first psychedelic boutique in 'Swinging London' in the 1960s." By the spring of 1966, the shop had achieved worldwide renown — a hangout for the rich and famous with fabulous clothes and an ever-changing painted facade.

Hippies on the Kings Road in 1966?

Hippies on the Kings Road in 1966?

The Kings Road from the roof of Peter Jones. c.1960 By John Bignell

Bignell’s world: the photographer at work

1967 girls school clothes | There is no doubt that skirts were getting shorter each year in the ...

1967 girls school clothes | There is no doubt that skirts were getting shorter each year in the ...

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