Ready for Mary?

by | Mar 12, 2019

The V&A museum is opening an exhibition celebrating the work of one of the UK’s most iconic entrepreneurs, Mary Quant which will be held on 6th April.

Quant always said it was the girls on London’s Kings Road who invented the mini skirt, but even if that was the case, Mary made it a real thing, along with hot pants in the Sixties.

Her eponymous flower logo also appeared on her cosmetics line when she brought that out, and eventually sold to a Japanese buyer after establishing 200 Mary Quant colour shops across Japan.

Book via the V&A museum website

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