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No one ‘got’ the Sixties better than David Bailey

5 December 2020

9:00 AM

5 December 2020

9:00 AM

Look Again: The Autobiography David Bailey, with James Fox

Macmillan, pp.384, 20

What caught my eye towards the end of Look Again was this conversation between David Bailey and the shoe designer Manolo Blahnik. They are talking about a brief golden age, a perfect moment in their lives:

Blahnik: So sometimes I just have to sit down and say: ‘God, did all this happen?’ All the excitement, it doesn’t exist any more, maybe because I’m old.
Bailey:

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