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THE FOOL Dutch design collective at their studio in the Beatles Apple Building in Baker Street in 1967. Photo Tony Gale Stock Photo

THE FOOL Dutch design collective at their studio in the Beatles Apple Building in Baker Street in Photo Tony Gale Stock Photo

The Fool, Apple Boutique.

The Fool were a Dutch art/design/music collective who had a tremendous impact on London psychedelic scene between 1967 and Alth.

By the 1960s, London's Carnaby Street proved popular for followers of both the Mod and hippie styles. Many independent fashion boutiques, and designers lined the sides of the street

The day the 60s began: Exactly 50 years after the Beatles released their first single, a magical evocation of the decade that changed the world for ever

Carnaby Street, 1967 I would just love to hop back in time and take a stroll there.

Carnaby Street was the place to be, for the mod and hippie style of London. Lined with many fashionable boutiques such as Foale and T.

London circa 1967

London circa 1967

Marijke Koger in full color

Apple Boutique interior and outfits by The Fool Design Collective. Photograph by Ronald Traeger for UK Vogue, January Models: Pattie Boyd, kellie Wilson. Image scanned by Sweet Jane.

1960's male fashion

Photo by renown documentary photographer ©Harold Chapman. Two Tone Trousers, Carnaby Street, London England circa 1967

A Dandy In Aspic: The Fool, The Beatles and the Story of Apple Boutique

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