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AngryBrigadeBibaletter450  "Two years after the most recent flop, Biba’s back again, and owners House Of Fraser have attracted some flak for positioning the label as a High Street brand fronted by Daisy Lowe.  On May 1 1971 Barbara Hulanicki’s third Biba incarnation was subjected to a serious attack, as confirmed by this, Communique 8 of 12 sent by urban guerillas The Angry Brigade and published in underground magazine IT.  The stock room was damaged and 500 people were evacuated though…

Angry Brigade Biba letter: by the time this appeared in International Times, The Angry Brigade had bombed the Biba boutique in Kensington High Street, west London, on May Day,

Dress Biba, 1970-1971 The Victoria & Albert Museum

Dress Biba, 1970-1971 The Victoria & Albert Museum (OMG that dress!)

Dress Place of origin: London, England (made) Date: (designed) Artist/Maker: Biba (designer) Materials and Techniques: Jersey


Twiggy for mysterious the Biba makeup hues from deep dark reds to purples .with heavily mascaraed lashes.yet vulnerable.