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Biba: The Biba Experience by Alwyn W. Turner
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Biba: The Biba Experience

by Alwyn W. Turner

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Biba was a marvelous London Design Emporium of the Sixties and Seventies. A LOT of what people now remember as being iconic fashion of the Sixties came out of Biba. Men's and women's clothing, household products, and food was sold while shoppers drank in The Biba Experience.

And the best news of all? It's BACK! http://www.bibaexperience.com/
http://www.thebibaexperience.com/
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Biba remains one of the most evocative names in British design history. Founded as a mail order business by Barbara Hulanicki in 1964, and soon expanding into its own retail premises, it pioneered a new style, mixing the contemporary with Art Nouveau, Art Deco and the golden age of Hollywood.… (more)

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