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About me

Industry Fashion
Occupation Designer
Location Dublin, Ireland
Introduction Designer and Vintage Collector, Purveyor of 1960s &1970s Style, Art, Fashion, Music, Film, Pop & Counter Culture. All of the content on The Sweet Jane Blog has been digitised from my personal collection of books and magazines, unless otherwise indicated. And every effort has been made to credit the original image and source material accurately. The information and images are not intended for any commercial use, merely for your viewing pleasure/research purposes. However, if you would like to use or share any of the content found on this blog I would appreciate a credit/link back to the source. Thank you ♥ Sharon Kane (Blog Author/Admin).
Interests Pop & Rock Fashion, Pop Culture, Counter Culture, Graphic Design, Illustration, Boutique Fashion of the 1960s & 1970s, Biba, Mary Quant, Granny Takes A Trip, Hung On You, Mr Freedom, Mr Fish, Ossie Clark, Psychedelic Art, 1960s Kitchen Sink Drama, Film Noir, Bespoke Tailoring
Favorite Movies Smashing Time, Cactus Flower, There's a Girl in My Soup, Poor Cow, A Taste of Honey, Saturday Night and Sunday Morning, Billy Liar, Charlie is My Darling, I Love You Alice B Toklas, Shampoo, I'll Never Forget What's 'is name, Drugstore Cowboy, Performance 1970, Buffalo 66, The MC5 - A True Testimonial, The Tenant, Mean Streets, The Great Beauty, Volver, Far From the Madding Crowd, In a Lonely Place, The Grand Budapest Hotel, Midnight Cowboy, Woody Allen
Favorite Music The MC5, Sonics Rendezvous Band, The Flamin Groovies, Serge Gainsbourg, The 13th Floor Elevators, The Chocolate Watch Band, The Deadboys, The Rolling Stones, The Nazz, The Misunderstood, The Pretty Things, New York Dolls, Johnny Thunders & The Heartbreakers, The Kinks, Thee Hypnotics, Television
Favorite Books Up The Junction, City of Spades, Absolute Beginners, Please Kill Me:The uncensored Oral History of Punk, High Art: A History of The Psychedelic Poster, How To Talk Dirty and Influence People, Days in the Life Voices from the English Underground, Give the Anarchist a Cigarette Mick Farren