Top London clothing designer Nigel Cabourn (PAN used to clothe from the shop near Covent Garden in the 90’s) is planning to launch a Spring collection based on photographer Sean Flynn who was covering the war in Vietnam when he disappeared in June 1971 after being captured by communist guerrillas.
They say: “Nigel unveils his third Authentic Limited Edition collection entitled ‘Whatever Happened to Sean Flynn’. Drawing upon the life and times of the celebrated war photojournalist and son of Hollywood legend, Errol Flynn, as his inspiration.”
“Working closely with Sean Flynn’s best friend and fellow photographer, Tim Page, Nigel has been able to use previously unseen photographs of Flynn and Page taken during the Vietnam War, to create a collection of men’s, women’s and unisex styles. These images also form part of his LFWM presentation and feature in a Limited Edition 3 book, which will be released alongside this collection.”