An original marketing poster: L'Echoppe la Derniere (Elliott) designed by Paul Christodoulou in 1963. The image depicts two young women surrounded by flowers and a large block print of a slip-on shoe.

L'Echoppe la derniere (Elliott)

Paul Christodoulou

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  • Condition: A- (Japan backed, slight folds)
  • Date: 1963
  • Designer: Paul Christodoulou (b.1937)
  • Publisher: Elliott
  • Size: 765 x 1020 mm
T. Elliott and Sons was a traditional firm of shoemakers that became enormously successful in the second half of the 1960s by adapting to the new, youth-centered, market for women’s shoes and boots. This poster, by Paul Christodoulou, promotes the opening of Elliott’s Bond Street ‘boutique’ in 1963, which attracted trend-setting clients such as the singer Lulu and the actress Britt Eckland. More information about Elliott’s innovative fashion publicity can be found here.