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Ocean currents off the Americas Featured Print

Ocean currents off the Americas

Ocean currents off the Americas. Satellite-based graphic showing ocean currents (swirling coloured lines) on an Earth globe centred on the Americas. The colours indicate ocean temperatures, ranging from the warm tropics (red) to cooler water (green) in more temperate latitudes. Ocean currents seen here include the warmer Equatorial Counter in the Pacific (centre left), and the Gulf Stream in the Atlantic (upper right). The dusk terminator (day-night line) is at lower right, marking the places from where the Sun is seen setting in the west as the Earth rotates on its axis.

© KARSTEN SCHNEIDER/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY

London Life cover - On the Level - 1960s fashions Featured Print

London Life cover - On the Level - 1960s fashions

Front cover of London Life magazine showing three cast members from a new musical, On The Level (about a GCE scandal) which opened in London on 19 April 1966. The costumes for the cast were designed by Malcolm Pride who wanted the schoolgirls to 'look swinging by day and naughty by night'. Several of the costumes were manufactured as part of the autumn range at Lee Cecil and Harvey Gould. The girls are Julie Pitcher, Maggie Vieter and Angela Richards. the wigs were all doen by Denis at Vidal Sassoon. Jewellery was by Adrien Mann. Date: 1966

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans

London Life - Fashion pages by Jean Shrimpton, 1965 Featured Print

London Life - Fashion pages by Jean Shrimpton, 1965

Spread from the short-lived but impossibly cool magazine, London Life, with a column by sixties supermodel Jean Shrimpton who regularly wrote about the clothes she liked. This week, for the first issue, shoes including some Gucci two tone pumps (top right) and some Scholl sandals drawn by Barney Wan. Seems Jean has just had to do a bit of shopping and not much writing!
1965

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans