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Have you ever wanted to be a fly on the wall during one of The Beatles writing sessions, jams or final public performance? Well now you can! In today's blog, we'll be blending our 'Film Club' & 'Gent's Of Style' blog series together to chat about everything we loved during the Get Back sessions...
George Harrison is undoubtedly a huge inspiration to us, both his music and his style are iconic and timeless.
Welcome to our latest blog series! A look into the past at some of the many men who's style continues to excite and inspire us! We've got everyone covered, from Jimi Hendrix to Jimmy Page!
Bright, bold, beautiful and quite short lived, The Apple Boutique by The Beatles was designed and stocked by design collective, The Fool, in 1967 in bustling London.
The store was managed by Jenny Boyd, sister of Pattie Boyd, and Pete Shotton, who was John Lennon’s school mate. In addition to psychedelic and vintage clothing, the boutique sold books, music, spiritual objects, instruments and art.
The concept of the store was that everything within it’s walls was for sale and was meant to capture the vibrant essence of the Fab Four and be a cultural centre for their friends and fans alike.
Despite the overwhelming popularity of The Beatles at the time, the boutique was not ultimately a success for Apple Corps and had to shut its doors after only eight months.
On closing day, The Apple Boutique opened up for the last time and decided to give away the remaining treasures within the store for free, on a “one item per person” basis, could you imagine??!
Even though their boutique was short lived, the fashion and style of the iconic Beatles is sure to inspire until the end of time.