The boutique clothing store emerged in the 1960s as "the happening" place to shop. They were fun and hip and young people felt more comfortable shopping there. No geography was more famous for swinging boutiques than Carnaby Street and Kings Road in London. Not to be left out of the trend, Paraphernalia opened in 1965 on Madison Avenue in New York and was an instant smash.
(Taken by Jeffrey Mayes): The cool and warm light on the stage gives the dancers a normal appearance, while still dramatizing the dancers. I especially love the pink light against the pink shirts, it makes the dancers glow and gives them more definition by defining shadows on their sides.