“Goodnight Mrs Calabash, wherever you are…” : Fashion from the fifties.
Written by Andrea de Saint Andrieu
“Fashion is not just a story of trends and fads, but is also a mark of social and historical changes. Events that changed the world, how people lived - and dressed. One of the most world changing events is none other than the Second World War.”
If you’ve opened a fashion magazine or seen the shows, you know the fifties are a big summer trend. But do you know how that way of dressing came up in the first place back in the day? Read the article in the first issue of Mavericks!
Peregrine Honig interviewed by Andrea de Saint Andrieu
“My work is delicate and disturbing- deceptively simple executions of complicated subjects. It documents early sexual awakenings, the visual manifestation of disease, and the social anxieties of realized and fictional characters. By illustrating stifled habits, residual adolescent vulnerability, and issues of beauty and popularity, my drawings document trends in fear, private and public, commercial and independent.”