Quarter Mile Miniskirts

Why contemporary fashion photographers and art directors haven’t continued to place fashion in the least delicate of settings, I couldn’t say, but when the editors of Vogue decided to stage this shoot at the Irwindale Raceway for their April ’67 issue they hit upon something magical. The juxtaposition is beyond perfect. Particularly in the mod looks featured here, the contrast of the minimal but space-aged fashions with the madness of the drags cannot be beat.

Complete spread at Just a Car Guy via Bubble Visor. Hot as hell.

DISCUSS (4 Comments)

  1. Mitch

    Now we are talking! Take me back to 1967!

  2. Automobiliac

    That was back when drivers looked like spacemen, not colorful clowns.

  3. jesse

    This is nice, I posted these in June and Bubblevisor reposted them without giving credit to the source, jackass.
    http://justacarguy.blogspot.com/2010/06/im-impressed-and-amazed-by-obscurity-of.html

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