Page Two’s stand will feature the things we love – fashion, art, architecture, photography – including Cecil Beaton’s first book, The Book of Beauty, published by Duckworth in 1930, and Marie-Andree Jouve’s huge and beautiful Balenciaga, (Thames and Hudson, 1989).  From the subliminal to the quirky, E. A. Bennett’s Journalism for Women : a practical guide first published in 1898, and a boxed James Bond 007 role-playing game of You Only Live Twice. And for creative gourmands, we have issues 1-36 (1966-1971) of Australia’s own Epicurean magazine. Forget the recipes, it is the covers by the inimitable art director, Les Mason, which remain lustworthy.

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