Vogue - Jean Shrimpton - 1964

Dress of the Year 1965

Jean Shrimpton modeling an orange printed linen shift dress with a mesh midriff by designer John Bates for the Jean Varon brand that was voted ‘Dress of the year’ in 1965. The description of the outfit is as follows 'Seraglio sirensuit, in chiffon, the design taken from a Turkish Isnik tile, Sheer halter neck, tiny fake emerald buttons; harem pants. By Jane & Jane, 44gns.'

This image was used in the January 1965 issue of British Vogue which Duffy shot the cover for along with 12 pages of fashion. The original magazine can be seen here.

Jean was very much part of the swinging ’60s and Duffy photographed Jean numerous times between 1960 and 1972. This photograph was shot for Vogue in Duffy’s London studio.

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