Zig Zag Wanderer — 1960s Lookbook
“You can huff, you can puff, you’ll never blow my house down,” rasps Captain Beefheart, backed by his Magic Band in the 1967 song, “Zig Zag Wanderer.” That song inspired the name for a vintage store on Alberta Street. Photographer Amanda Leigh Smith captured the spirit of the store in this lookbook with her photographic signatures like the triple-prism and her “today-I’m-just-kicking-it” sentimentality, 1960s style.
Photography by Amanda Leigh Smith
Produced by Nick Bindeman and Alison Ables
Syled by Tashina Hill
Models Jessica Ilalaole and Amanda Woodruff
Clothing and decor by Zig Zag Wanderer
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