Neil Munro ("Bunny") Roger (June 9, 1911 in London - April 27, 1997 in London) English couturier, war hero, and dandy. Pictured here dressed in an Edwardian style with a long jacket with high four-button front, white Marcella waistcoat with step collar and narrow, drainpipe trousers. Note also the curly brimmed bowler and high stiff collar. Date: 1951
© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans
Trumpers Barbers - Mayfair, London
Barbershop in Central London - Mayfair. G F Trumper & Sons. An elaborate belt-driven machinery above the mirror drives a head massaging brush. Established 1875. Matchless range of gentleman's fragrances and grooming products. Still at the same location today and still has the massaging brushes - in use today! Their own preparations bear a famous cap in the shape of a crown - visible in the cabinets above the sink counter.
© Mary Evans / Grenville Collins Postcard Collection
Couple kissing outside Carnaby Street boutique
A couple kissing in front of iconic Carnaby Street boutique, I was Lord Kitchener's Valet. Hanging outside can be seen a variety of men's vintage clothing including a naval peacoat and an Indian style jacket. The shop was renowned for its eclectic selection of second hand and vintage clothing, especially military stock. The couple themselves are the height of fashion. He's wearing patterned lemon yellow flared trousers while his blonde companion is wearing a red mini dress with white go go boots. Date: 1966
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