Fashion crazes of 1968 are seen in this fantastic swinging sixties story.
Clothes by Jean Varon inspired by television series The Avengers. London.
A look at a service which involves re-spraying your car to match your outfit.
A look at the manufacture of bullet proof vests by a small discrete firm in West London.
Gamblers at Chemin de Fer and 'crap' tables in a London casino.
Fabulous story allows us a peek at the glamorous life of a Bunny Girl.
Film about some bizarre crime prevention devices. Brilliant!
John and Hayley Mills attend a fashion show in the casino of the River Club.
Dancers performing a winter cabaret at Murray's club, London.
Shocking 60's fashion - green, white, golden nail polish, Mary Quant dresses, different colour toenails.
London's diversity celebrated - from the Lord Mayor's show to Cockney barrow boys - not very 'swinging'!
Britain swings like crazy as stories are gathered for the first issue of groovy new magazine 'Intro' (print version of story, in correct order).
Housewives' heartthrob Liberace goes shopping for cravats in Carnaby Street.
Crowds gather to see Barry Gibb get award for best dressed man. Carnaby Street, London.
Cabaret girls dance then relax at a country house while their costumes are fitted.
Beach and swimwear modelled in London.
Christian Dior and Frederick Castet fur fashion parade in London.
Norman Hartnell holds jewellery fashion show. London.
Colour item showing charity fashion show put on by Pringle of Scotland. Savoy Hotel, London.
Item which seems to say the swinging youth are responsible for mass demolition of old London buildings.