Glass bottles from 1960's

Contributed by Jackie Jones

Glass bottles from 1960's

Biba have just been re-launched and are using the same logo, the bottles are from the origial store opened in London by fashion designer Barbara Hulanicki. In the 1960's it was every female teenagers' dream to own something from Biba, it was also very expensive and these make up bottles were all I could afford at the time. They represent a bygone era which the designers of today are trying to emulate hence opening a new store

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Abingdon Rd Kensington London

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100cm
W:
60cm
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