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Stepping Back To 1964

Stepping Back To 1964
29/10/2014 editor

“We’ve had many vintage moments showcasing our hats with iconic aircraft as well as with exceptional classic cars. The racing and pageantry on what is the world’s most historic authentic motor circuit has been absolutely thrilling. And, it was quite amazing to see the competitors sporting 1940s, 50s and 60s looks who were selected for Best-Dressed. I really admire the attention to detail in every aspect of their clothing and appearance, which is quite astounding.  The Goodwood Revival will always be a treasured highlight in our calendar.”

 (Vivien Sheriff, September 2014)

Creative entrepreneur Vivien Sheriff is recognised as the Official Milliner for Glorious Goodwood 2014, but recently, she has also been making quite a blast away from the racecourse and out on to the motor circuit at this year’s Goodwood Revival 2014.

Vintage fashions and textiles have always been a passion of Vivien’s having a strong influence over many of her designs created at her Wiltshire based studio. Therefore the opportunity to showcase the brands 1960’s headwear designs at Goodwood Revival was keenly accepted without hesitation, the Revival is widely regarded as the world’s most authentic historic motor race meeting and home of all things vintage! Lets do some stepping back to 1964!

1960’s clothing and accessories were sourced from retro clothes shops to grandmothers wardrobes complementing Vivien Sheriff Vintage re-visited headpieces and hair adornments.

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Goodwood Revivals own hair and beauty salon ‘Betty’s’ was called upon to perfect the 1960’s looks with expert makeovers matching the era. With finishing touches complete, it was over to the Freddie March Spirit of Aviation exhibition at Revival for a photo shoot with the star attraction – Pussy Galore’s helicopter in celebration of the 50th anniversary of what is perhaps the definitive Bond film ‘Goldfinger’.