BOY. Blackmail including the Legendary Kitsch-22 Designs.
BOY. Blackmail including the Legendary Kitsch-22 Designs.
BOY. Blackmail including the Legendary Kitsch-22 Designs.
BOY. Blackmail including the Legendary Kitsch-22 Designs.
BOY. Blackmail including the Legendary Kitsch-22 Designs.
BOY. Blackmail including the Legendary Kitsch-22 Designs.
BOY. Blackmail including the Legendary Kitsch-22 Designs.
BOY. Blackmail including the Legendary Kitsch-22 Designs.
BOY. Blackmail including the Legendary Kitsch-22 Designs.
BOY. Blackmail including the Legendary Kitsch-22 Designs.
BOY. Blackmail including the Legendary Kitsch-22 Designs.
BOY. Blackmail including the Legendary Kitsch-22 Designs.
BOY. Blackmail including the Legendary Kitsch-22 Designs.
BOY. Blackmail including the Legendary Kitsch-22 Designs.
BOY. Blackmail including the Legendary Kitsch-22 Designs.
BOY. Blackmail including the Legendary Kitsch-22 Designs.

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BOY. Blackmail including the Legendary Kitsch-22 Designs.

King's Road, London: Boy, 1980. First edition. 8vo. Wrps., with plastic spiral binding, unpaginated (50 leaves, printed recto only). Offset-litho and colour Xerox.

Catalogue designed by John Dove and Molly White of KITSCH-22, who designed and produced much of the BOY collection of punk-inspired bondage trousers, T-shirts and jeans featured in it. Illustrated throughout with photographs by Sheila Rock and Derek Hutchins, some of them reproduced in colour Xerox (a still relatively new technology in the UK at the time), featuring more than 18 different models, among them teenager Sadie Frost.

Introductory texts by John Krivine profile BOY (formerly Acme Attractions) and KITSCH-22, who joined forces at his suggestion in 1979, accompanied by photographs of Peter Christopherson and John Harwood's notorious window display in BOY's King's Road shop.

A 6pp. price list catalogues the 49 items offered for sale, including bondage trousers and skirts, Modzart jeans, Anarchy shirt, BOY T-shirt, and a Throbbing Gristle T-shirt 'designed by Genesis P. Orrige' (sic).

Short split to plastic at tail of spine, o/w a Near Fine copy of this hugely influential fashion catalogue. One of approx. 600 copies (a second, larger edition appeared in 1981).

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