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John French London underground scarf


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French’s iconic photograph of British model Barbara Goalen wearing a Dior dress at Charing Cross underground station is printed in a repeating pattern on this square silk twill scarf, creating a striking abstracted effect. The original photograph is held as part of his archive at the V&A.

Created exclusively for the V&A


Width 90cm x length 90cm


100% silk twill. Dry clean only

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  • Europe standard delivery £20
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About the artist
about the artist

John French

John French was an English fashion and portrait photographer. Born in London in 1907, French was instrumental in recording the fashion boom of his home city in the 50s and 60s, photographing all the most famous faces of his day. Known for his impeccably lit, chic set-ups, French encouraged newspaper editors to cover fashion in their pages, and worked to create low-contrast images with natural lighting that could be reliably reproduced in newsprint. His archive of negatives, contact prints and press cuttings, the result of over 10,000 sittings, is held at the V&A.