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Melvin Sokolsky’s Bubble photographs were the sensation of the Paris spring haute couture collections in 1963. Drawing on a rich mixture of influences as diverse as Bosch and Dalí, Sokolsky produced a wonderful trompe-l’oeil series in which a model wearing the latest Dior creations was trapped inside a huge plastic bubble as it floated around familiar Parisian locations.◎The TelegraphMelvin Sokolsky’s Bubble photographs were the sensation of the Paris spring haute couture collections in 1963. Drawing on a rich mixture of influences as diverse as Bosch and Dalí, Sokolsky produced a wonderful trompe-l’oeil series in which a model wearing the latest Dior creations was trapped inside a huge plastic bubble as it floated around familiar Parisian locations.◎The TelegraphMelvin Sokolsky’s Bubble photographs were the sensation of the Paris spring haute couture collections in 1963. Drawing on a rich mixture of influences as diverse as Bosch and Dalí, Sokolsky produced a wonderful trompe-l’oeil series in which a model wearing the latest Dior creations was trapped inside a huge plastic bubble as it floated around familiar Parisian locations.◎The TelegraphMelvin Sokolsky’s Bubble photographs were the sensation of the Paris spring haute couture collections in 1963. Drawing on a rich mixture of influences as diverse as Bosch and Dalí, Sokolsky produced a wonderful trompe-l’oeil series in which a model wearing the latest Dior creations was trapped inside a huge plastic bubble as it floated around familiar Parisian locations.◎The TelegraphMelvin Sokolsky’s Bubble photographs were the sensation of the Paris spring haute couture collections in 1963. Drawing on a rich mixture of influences as diverse as Bosch and Dalí, Sokolsky produced a wonderful trompe-l’oeil series in which a model wearing the latest Dior creations was trapped inside a huge plastic bubble as it floated around familiar Parisian locations.◎The Telegraph

Melvin Sokolsky’s Bubble photographs were the sensation of the Paris spring haute couture collections in 1963. Drawing on a rich mixture of influences as diverse as Bosch and Dalí, Sokolsky produced a wonderful trompe-l’oeil series in which a model wearing the latest Dior creations was trapped inside a huge plastic bubble as it floated around familiar Parisian locations.◎The Telegraph


The 60s was a decade of huge fashion, music and social change. Conventions were challenged and old attitudes faded. The voting age dropped to 18, mini skirts became the norm and pop music blared from every teenager’s radio. People had more money and a disposable income than before and now had the time to enjoy it. The sixties created great optimism and will always be remembered as a time of freedom, social change and fun! ◎ CatwalkYourself

The 60s was a decade of huge fashion, music and social change. Conventions were challenged and old attitudes faded. The voting age dropped to 18, mini skirts became the norm and pop music blared from every teenager’s radio. People had more money and a disposable income than before and now had the time to enjoy it. The sixties created great optimism and will always be remembered as a time of freedom, social change and fun! ◎ CatwalkYourself