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Design By Ken Scott's Eats and Drinks restaurant in Milan, 1969 via Elledecor.com

Design By Ken Scott, Eats and Drinks restaurant Milan 1969

The actress Audrey Hepburn (as Joanna Wallace) photographed by Terry O’Neill at the Restaurant Leï Mouscardins (on Rue Portalet) in St. Tropez (France), during the filming of “Two for the Road”, in May 1966. Audrey was wearing: Shirt: Ken Scott (inspired in a model by Cacharel and created specially for the wardrobe of her character Joanna Wallace).

The actress Audrey Hepburn (as Joanna Wallace) photographed by Terry O’Neill at the Restaurant Leï Mouscardins, located on Rue Portalet, in Saint-Tropez (France), during the filming of “Two for the Road”, in May 1966

Ken Scott.  Read more on Brillante Interiors blog.

A new restaurant opened in the late Sixties in Milan and it was called "Eats & Drinks". The patron was an America.

Vintage 1960s KEN SCOTT Faces BanLon Stretch Blouse/Tunic Fabulous sz M #KenScott

Vintage 1960s KEN SCOTT Faces BanLon Stretch Blouse/Tunic Fabulous sz M #KenScott

KEN SCOTT ITALY Vintage 60s/ 70s Pink Floral Hostess Maxi Dress S. EUC #KenScott #Maxi #Cocktail

KEN SCOTT ITALY Vintage 60s/ 70s Pink Floral Hostess Maxi Dress S. EUC #KenScott #Maxi #Cocktail

Ken Scott 1968 - Completo abito di jersey e piume di struzzo - Collezione Circus presentata a Roma in un tendone da Circo

Ken Scott 1968 - Completo abito di jersey e piume di struzzo - Collezione Circus presentata a Roma in un tendone da Circo

watermelon dress. marisa berenson by irving penn 1970 NO WAY MEAGHAN!!!!

Marisa is wearing a fun "watermelon" tunic with black seeds painted on the ban-lon material and silk scarf in the greens of a watermelon rind by Ken Scott, photo by Penn, Vogue 1970

Audrey Hepburn

The actress Audrey Hepburn photographed by William Klein to a fashion editorial and also for the publicity of “Two for the Road” -Audrey was wearing a creation of Ken Scott (silk dress). Note: The Audrey’s hairstyle was created by Alexandre de Paris.