Bus Stop and the Influence of the 70s on Fashion Today
A look at the iconic 1970s fashion chain and the influence the designs of the 1970s have on fashion today. Bus Stop was one of the key fashion stores of the 1970s. In this book, Lee Bender, the founder of Bus Stop, looks at how the shops and their distinctive fashion designs developed and how fashion today is influenced by this era of design. The result is a book that will appeal not only to people interested in the fashions of the 1970s, but also to current students interested in developing their own lines and working with vintage designs.
Lee Bender was the founder and moving force in the Bus Stop chain of fashion stores, and she is still designing and teaching fashion today.
Bus Stop Life and Fashion Before Bus Stop How Bus Stop Started Kensington Store Teamwork Colour and Jersey Fabric Colour and Experimentation Ethnic Clothes Fair Isle Knits Beachwear The Vintage Look The World of Tartan Tea Dresses 'Op Art' Real Fur is Dead Glam Rock The Military Look Black and White Checks Jumpsuits Bus Stop and Joan Collins Bus Stop Accessories and Jewellery Bus Stop's Expansion Going International Bus Stop 1969-2009