English fashion monthly published between 1965 and 1975. Founded by Harry Fieldhouse and Harry Peccinotti, it was published by Georges Newhes. It covered the iconoclastic fashions of the 1960s. The magazine was accompanied by the slogans of the women’s liberation movement and provocatively and ironically uncovered the dynamics regarding the objectification of the female form, ridiculing the traditional images of haute couture. It attracted the best photographers of the time, from Terence Donovan to Helmut Newton and Sara Moon, and exploded with color, insolence and vivacity. However, it traveled at an unsustainable speed and the publication came to an end with the first signs of political and economic change.