Cheers to Carnaby (Fuchsia) Low Stock
"Pop art of the swinging and switched on Sixties set!"
- DescriptionGiclee print of Mick Avory of The Kinks & Deborah DeLacey, raising a glass to Carnaby Street in a publicity shoot for John Stephen's clothing. Musicians were drafted in to pose wearing John Stephen’s clothing for his press shots, including Mick Avory, the drummer from The Kinks who sang about the “Carnabetian Army” in their song “Dedicated Follower of Fashion”. Mick raises a glass alongside Deborah DeLacey, model and actress, who appeared in The Beatles film “Help!” and “The Face of Fu Manchu” starring Christopher Lee.
- Edition sizeOpen edition
- Paper310gsm fine art archival matte paper
- ExtrasMade using pigment inks
|UK (2-5 Days)||Price|
|Standard delivery||From £1.49|
|Orders over £80||FREE|
|Europe (2-7 Days)||Price|
|Standard delivery||From £4.99|
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|Rest of World (7-14 Days)||Price|
|Orders over £200||FREE|
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