Consisting of both personal interviews and nostalgically grainy archive footage of the 60s and 70s from the original BIBA stores in Kensington, Beyond BIBA has been made with both sensitivity for a time that is gone, and the kind of humour that only hindsight can provide. Split into chapters with the use of titles that are reminiscent of those used in silent films, Beyond BIBA proves to be enthralling and accessible to all. I also had the pleasure of driving Barbara around in the Biba promo mini, she is so lovely, film is really good, saw it at a special screening at the Kensington roof gardens
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