What to pack for Trans-Atlantic travel: maroon and white herringbone cashmere cardigan and gauchos with white cashmere blouse, by Braemar, and Charles Jourdan boots; right, brown and white voile dress with dotty insets, butterfly sleeves, from Mary Quant Ginger Group.
Zandra Rhodes maroon and plum felt robe, Sonia Rykiel plumed hat and Chelsea Cobbler suede boots.
Chinatown, NYC: Illustrated velvet pinafore by Lillian Delevoryas, mandarin yellow shirt from Simba Handicrafts, and boots from Jan Jansen.
Yale University Bowl, New Haven, Connecticut: Top, Mr Freedom velvet suit with Mary Quant tights; bottom, velvet knickerbocker-pinafore and t-shirt from Mr Freedom.
Litchfield, Connecticut: Jean Muir smock, suede jacket and crepe de chine blouse, with YSL Rive Gauche leather boots.
Intercourse, Pennsylvania: Bill Gibb cream lace jacket with pleated, longer dress, and Bernard Neville scarf and Herbert Johnson hat.
Lancaster County, Pennsylvania: Ossie Clark slim flowing black dress in crepe de chine with very low square neck, and hat from Liberty.
The Guggenheim, NYC: John Bates for Jean Varon plum and violet Tricel dress.
Central Park, NYC: Brown and white dotted cotton voile from Mary Quant Ginger Group, and panama by Herbert Johnson.
St Regis Hotel, NYC: Cream and white lace dress by Bill Gibb for Baccarat, and hat by Dolores.
Welfare Island, NY: Purple + red quartered sweater and purple knickerbockers from The Sweet Shop, striped socks from Ruskin and boots from The Chelsea Cobbler.
Park Avenue, NYC: Floral and dotted dress by John Bates for Jean Varon with matching hat by Malyard and Mary Quant plum tights.
Manhattan, NYC: Bill Gibb for Baccarat white linen tunic with matching gauchos, and Pringle white cashmere sweater.
Editorial by Clive Arrowsmith for Vogue UK, January 1971.
Labels: 1970s, 1971, americana, Bill Gibb, Clive Arrowsmith, john bates, mary quant, vogue uk