As Vogue fashion editor, the late Clare Rendlesham earned her place in fashion history when she set the sixties a-swinging by replacing stilted ladylike images with David Bailey’s revolutionary take on fashion photography.
A decade later when she was running Yves Saint Laurent’s first British store, a journalist asked her if she ever wore anything other than YSL. “Oh yes,” she replied sweetly, “I have some divine tenth century gold chains.”...
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