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Documentary about Polish fashion designer Barbara Hulanicki who founded iconic clothes store Biba, in London in the 1960s. Born in Warsaw, Hulanicki studied in England at Brighton School of Art and later opened Biba in 1964. The store, known for its plush decor, became a social haunt for film stars and musicians while its affordable fashions appealed to the young public. After Biba closed in '76, Hulanicki continued in the industry and has also moved into interior design.
it was less about the clothes and designs, more about how fabulous Barbara Hulanicki is, big shamePublished 10 months ago by Moldovanovskaya89
After buying Vidal Sassoon the Movie, Valentino the last Emperor and Ozwald Boateng 'A Man's Story' I was really looking forward to an insight into another visionary. Read morePublished 23 months ago by gill
well,the DVD is not a collector's edition,hasn't got any postcards,cheap envelope!!!not has described,AT ALL!!i should actually send it back!!! Read morePublished on 23 April 2012 by Marco Ciompi