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- While the bouffant and beehive was still very popular well into the sixties for the first time ever in any fashion era the young became the leaders in fashion
- They lead with radically innovative trends
- Androgynous looks such as twiggy and mary quant were designed
- Mary quant sported the infamous five point cut a sharply geometric hairstyle designed by vidal Sassoon
- Twiggy (lesly Hornby) known for her high fashion mod look with her short hair
- She was also famous for drawing long fake lashes under her bottom eye lashes
- Mary quant designer famous for mini skirt and hot pants
- Twiggy high fashion model
- Jean shrimpton – high fashion model
- Vidal Sassoon gave us mia farrows pixie but the 5 point cut
- Nancy kwan asymmetrical bob
- Gone were the days of sleeping on huge rollers fir many women of the sixties
- Movies such as the boots were made for walking beyond the vally of the dolls the party inspired new looks
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vintage everyday: Funny Photographs of The Beatles Taken by Robert Whitaker in 1964
♥♥ John Lennon ♥♥ Richard Starkey ♥♥ Paul McCartney ♥♥ George Harrison ♥♥
John Lennon, Paul McCartney, George Harrison, and Richard Starkey
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The '65 Album photo shoot
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Assista a vídeos & ouça gratuitamente The Beatles: Come Together. The Beatles foi uma famosa banda de rock britânica formada em Liverpool, 1960, e um dos atos mais comercialmente bem-sucedidos e aclamados da história da música popular. A partir de 1962, o grupo era formado por John Lennon (guitarra rítmica e vocal), Paul McCartney (baixo e vocal), George Harrison (guitarra solo e vocal) e Ringo Starr (bateria e vocal). Enraizada do skiffle e do rock and roll da década de 1950, a banda veio mais tarde a assumir diversos gêneros que vão do folk rock ao rock psicodélico, muitas vezes incorporando elementos da música clássica e outros em formas inovadoras e criativas. Sua crescente… Descubra novas músicas, shows, vídeos e fotos no maior catálogo on-line com a Last.fm.
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“Sex is like washing your face – just something you do because you have to. Sex without love is absolutely ridiculous. Sex follows love, it never precedes it.” ~ Sophia Loren
Sophia Loren Italian actress became an international movie star throughout the sixties and seventies. She is noted as a fiery bombshell with her full lips and hourglass physique. Loren quote, "Everything I have, I owe to spaghetti"
"Sex without love is absolutely ridiculous. Sex follows love, it never precedes it.” ~ Sophia Loren
Actress Sophia Loren sporting the ‘Flip’. (sweetlorrainesworld)
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Jean Shrimpton is a British born model who first began modeling in 1960, she was a student at Lucie Clayton's modeling school until age 17. Description from flauntitmagazine.blogspot.com. I searched for this on bing.com/images
"Having grown up in the 1960s Jean Shrimpton and the whole aesthetic of Swinging London made a big impression! Love teased, big hair like this. So cool looking but it does too much damage to your hair."
1960's hair styles | Jean Shrimpton.http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jean_ShrimptonI’m so in ...
60's hair, famous 1960's model Jean Shrimpton- LOVE big hair!
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Jean Shrimpton 60's hair & makeup
This past week i've been totally engrossed in hair tutorials and looking at hair pictures from different eras! I always thought it was a bit strange to make a hair tutorial but its actually quite fascinating! On this blog and the next i've had a go at copying and putting a modern spin on different hairstyles from the 1930's - 1970's I'm doing it back to front as finger waving and victory rolls do need ALOT of practising! Here's a few from the 1960's and 1970's 1960's/70's Bun a la Brigitte Bardot or Françoise Dorléac (my new favourite lady) 1960's Flick a la Jean Shrimpton 1970's Bedhead a la Patti Smith Haha I feel like the last one is a mug shot! The next blog will be (hopefully!) working on more technical hairstyles from the 1920 through to the 1950's! I might work on some from the 1980's and 1990's too later on. I'm really happy with the progress of Bristol St Vintage over the past 2 weeks, things are beginning to pick up and hopefully this will carry on and grow and grow! Thanks to everyone who follows us on Facebook and Twitter and most importantly to those who have bought from us already! We are currently running a competition on our Facebook and Twitter (giving away a free vintage teacup set!) so if you haven't - head on over and get it out!
Please give me a number of how many current designers try to get inspiration from the 60s? I leafed through magazines and found out the beauty of 60s. One of the world's first group of famous models--Jean Shrimpton--an English model popped up on the covers of Vogue, Bazaar, Elle and so forth. Let's take a look at her representative 60's looks. Some are elegant, while others are the well-known 60s baby look exquisite make-up, typical 60s hairstyle She opened the 60s fashion by a glimpse of British beauty, with a touch of French elegant, and American baby look. Most of her photos were shot by her boyfriend of the day David Bailey. "A Bailey woman has a distinct look. A Bailey woman is a real woman of flesh and blood and sex...I always tried to make my fashion photographs more like Cole Porter songs in my mind, and my portraits more like the blues." The Times, August 2009 Jean Shrimpton & David Bailey David Bailey & Jean Shrimpton recent snapshot Grace and elegant, young girl grew up, from 60s to 21st century. Time flies, style changed, fashion is still going on.. I read one sentence talking about style and fashion and want to share with you "Style is independent of fashion. Those who have style can indeed accept or ignore fashion. For them fashion is not something to be followed, it is rather something to be set, to select from or totally reject. Style is spontaneous, inborn. It is the gloriously deliberate, unpremeditated but divine gift of the few." --Vogue 1976 bisous Bon We Luyi xxxx
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Edie Sedgwick .American actress, socialite, fashion model and heiress. She is best known for being one of Andy Warhol's superstars. Sedgwick became known as "The Girl of the Year" in 1965 after starring in several of Warhol's short films in the 1960s
Edie Sedgwick Pop art patriarch and memorably oddball Andy Warhol claimed Sedgwick as his superstar muse, and she was called an "it" girl and "youthquaker". Bob Dylan too was entranced by Sedgwick's charms, writing "Just Like a Woman", "Leopard-Skin Pill-Box Hat" and "Like a Rolling Stone" about her. The Velvet Underground song "Femme Fatale" is an ode to Edie.
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What happens to 'it' girls? The results can be tragic. Many of them burn too brightly, too fast. Some of them burn themselves out. Socialite Edie Sedgwick had all the potential and aspirations to be a star, as a model or as an actress. She was a style icon for the brief period when she was one of the Factory's original Superstars, known for her black tights, large earrings, little shirt dresses, giant hats, silver hair and dark, dark make-up. Her style bares some resemblance to Twiggy's mod-look, but not as neat, not as meticulously put together, not really high fashion. Edie was more of a live-wire, more of a personality. Everyone around her described her as irresistible, a real charmer, with a distinctly volatile side. And for that brief moment, the young Edie was the coolest girl in New York, and best friend, sometimes muse, of it's coolest artist, Andy Warhol, not to mention that she was romantically linked to the coolest musician, Bob Dylan. She appeared in many of the factory's underground films (most notably Poor Little Rich Girl), and had every intention of moving on from there. Her large eyes and incandescent smile became legendary. She even appeared in Vogue magazine as a "Youthquaker." So what happened? Her family history, her shaky, though privileged upbringing, her rise, and her tragic descent are chronicled in Edie: American Girl by Jean Stein and edited by George Plimpton. The book is a collection of tales from those who knew her best; her family, her friends and partners in crime, and even such diverse luminaries as Truman Capote and Patti Smith. The book tells the story of Edie's "uniquely American tragedy," but it also depicts the ups and downs of the sixties. The excitement, the style, the glitz and glamour, the art scene, the counterculture, the drugs, and the haze. Ultimately, Edie was one of the many gifted drug casualties of her generation. She was vibrant, but in order to stay that vibrant she required a myriad of pills, injections and alcohol. She died of suffocation in her sleep after her nightly dosage. She was 28. Many blame Warhol for having built her up as a Superstar, and then abandoning her in order to pursue his other interests. At any rate, Edie was a beauty who was always running, until she ran herself out.
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and of course there was Twiggy. loved her looks and style. Super Mod and a fashion icon of the 60's.
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Twiggy Lawson by Bert Stern for Vogue 1967 ;)
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Superstar model Twiggy was photographed wearing a bright flower-print dress by Michèle Rosier, with Max Factor makeup outlining her large doe eyes. The iconic '60s fashion image, shot by staff photographer Bert Stern, appeared in the March 1, 1967, Vogue. Vogue 1967 Photo Bert Stern
Twiggy Lawson Vogue 1967
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Twiggy-Well she was a gorgeous creature wasnt she,way back in the swinging sixties? her hair was amazing,her makeup was amazing..well what more can i say? ♥
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Twiggy; 1960's fashion icon
Today was my confirmation, and of course this meant a new dress. I bought a really cute little pink, floral Free People number a couple weeks ago and it wasn't until I was putting it on today with some platform heels and big, silver, circle earrings that I realized what a 60s/70s feel it had to it. Suddenly I realized just how much I love that era in fashion! The hippy style has obviously made a very strong comeback and we would all love to dress like the cast of That 70s Show, but what about the more exciting fashions of the 60s and early 70s: the Twiggy mod style. Twiggy was perhaps the most famous model of the 60s and 70s and I could not adore her style more! Between her gorgeous big doe eyes, long lushious lashes, and perfect pixie hair cut, she is the obvious 60's style icon. Here are just a few of my favorite photos of her. What's not to love here? These shiny disco ball earrings are definitely going on my hunting list. Even more lust worthy, is a solid color, above-the-knee, flare out dress like the pink one Twiggy wears in the photo above and the orange dress in the picture below. We all know Diane Keaton for her more masculine clothing choices, but I have to say, nobody pulls off a white collared shirt and tie quite like Twiggy. Now the above and below pictures are very different from one another, but both are outrageously stylish and I will be spending the next few months hunting down the perfect pieces to re-create these two styles. The yellow silk blouse, floral skirt, and long pearl necklace are so fun and girly while the knee high black boots, frayed skirt, crop top, and headband are so hippy and urban. Could anybody else pull off these two polar opposite looks so naturally? I highly doubt it. Hence my love for Twiggy. Finally, I'll leave you with some of her best magazine covers. Because what better way to end the night than old Vogues. Enjoy! http://www.fanpop.com/spots/twiggy/photos/3 http://stylefrizz.com/200801/twiggy-interiors-soon-available/ https://jspivey.wikispaces.com/Fashion,+Women's+Rights+DK http://www.shopdisplay.org/60yearsofthesdea.html http://celebritiessite.blogspot.com/2009/05/twiggy-on-vogue.html http://picspeople.blogspot.com/2008/02/twiggy-magazine.html
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Present almost every season in one or the other collections, this dress is referred as A-line dress because of its triangular shape, which is usually made of one piece of fabric that most commonly flares out from just below the bust to the bottom hem; this A shape (or flare) can also begin from the bottom of the hips or dropped waistline. It wont be any hard for you to see and identify this A-line on the runways, because it is as popular as forgiving for almost any body shape, adaptable to any season and perfect for mix&match... consider it as a closet staple of your wardrobe. This type of dress goes amazingly well with casual sandals, kitten heels, platform or high heeled sandals for the summer season. During the winter, it looks amazing with a high-knee boots very trendy this AW13-14, paired with tights and throwing a coat on top... classic french-chic all year round!! Have a look at the runway images and see how well it works on different fabrics, shapes, textures, applique, accessories, shoes, up-do's, makeup...... JOIN GOSCCLOSET TODAY for this and more Fashion Quite Interesting shots!! It was first presented by Christian Dior in his spring collection of 1955; this A-line dress was the evolution of the trapeze dress created beforehand by Cristobal Balenciaga, of whom Dior referred himself as 'the master of us all'. Later on during the "swinging sixties", the A-line dress takes new limits of expression as the youth did at the time, but its way of protesting and blending with new youth culture was by taking the streets with shorter hems and vibrant colours and prints. This (again) evolution of the A-line was embraced and loved by Twiggy and The Shrimp (Jane Shrimpton), who amongst their statement jewellery, bold makeup, psychedelic shoes and futuristic fashions, were considered the role models to follow for ambitious and modern girls. This modern look, or 'mod-look' is considered the golden age of expression for the fashion industry.
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The first super model, Twiggy, who brought us body image issues that last to this day... - find more Twiggy and other 1960s fashion model pictures at http://fashioninthe1960s...
Sixties fashion icon & top model, Twiggy (Lesley Hornby) We want those lashes.
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Mod - style from London in the 50’s and 60’s, US 60’s - was great while it lasted. Then we moved on, never looking back. Or not. In the late 70’s there was a “mod revival” : you saw people once again whizzing around on Vespas, their short hair not really blowing in the wind (though their fake eyelashes might be), their bright colours stopping traffic. Let’s take a look at THEN, LATER THEN, and NOW, shall we? THEN: 1950’s & 1960’s Love this minidress - next time I’m thrifting, that’s one of my goals. Streets like this in the 60’s - particularly the iconic Carnaby Street - were where the mod revolution truly began. Little boutiques with new designers popped up left and right, with nightclubs like The Scene, The Flamingo, and the Marquee squished between them. Amp was The Drug; however, it wasn’t made illegal in the UK until 1964. It was viewed as a positive stimulant rather than a dibilating drug like pot or heroin; young mods used it was a way to go clubbing all hours of the night. One newspaper reported “mobs of mods emerging from the club at 5 a.m. with dilated pupils.” Just to give you an idea of the lifestyle. Celebrities and icons of the time, easy: Warhol, Edie Sedgwick, and (drumroll please!) Twiggy. Edie, Warhol’s muse, became famous for her style as well as being incorporated into W’s work. Love the leotard + pearl necklaces, add that to my “Looks to Try” list… Twiggy: everybody’s favourite supermodel in the 60s. Make that the only supermodel in the 60s. But that doesn’t make her any less amazing. She is the one who singlehandedly brought about a new kind of model: lean, long, and lithe. And sticklike. And, of course, breathtakingly gorgeous. Then, in 1979, it was back in full swing (ha ha… Swingin’ 60’s? Eh? Eh? *sigh*. Anyway…) 60’s od & punk rock bands were The Big Thing. There were tons of random little UK or UK-esque bands that would pop up, have their 15 minutes of fame, then sink back down into oblivion. Or, in the case of The Jam or Purple Heats (the code for amp, back in the day), they’d stick around for a while yet. The Who’s Quadrophenia album-turned-film was very popular. The Jam. Standard mod punk-rock band of the 60s revival. Smart suits, and in step. MOD NOW: revival, version 2.0 On the runway: Alessandro Dell’Acqua, Christian Dior, Chanel, McQueen. Balenciaga, Chanel, Stella McCarteny. Eley Kishimoto. Dior hat, Ana Sui Boot. Musn’t forget accessories! Armand Basi // Fall 2008 Classic 60’s black&white. Trend Les Copains // Fall 2008 Christian Dior // Fall 2008 Emilio Pucci // Fall 2008 Another staple of the 60’s - the mod minidress. Aquascutum // Fall 2008. Wow, this is a ridiculously long post. Hope you enjoyed it Oh, our LDJ: YSL // Spring 2006 ciao! ~ r