Klimt Dress, Giorgio di Sant' Angelo: Fall 1969. "...Some of his most memorable creations were worn by the model Veruschka, including a gold chain bikini and improvisational garments in an editorial ostensibly focusing on new fabrics for 1968..."
About this site :This website is an archive/library devoted to popular fashion from the 1920's - 1960's - to the designers, models & photographers which inspire us. I started myvintagevogue in November of 2008. Initially it was a small flickr stream with fashion images I liked. As the stream became more popular - I learned more about fashion photography and advertising I realized there needed to be a permanent home for my growing collection thus the site was born.
Checked Parasol, New Trend in Women's Accessories, Used at Roosevelt Raceway
Maxi Dress, Emilio Pucci: 1962, silk jersey and velveteen (inspired by African masks - from a trip Pucci took to Africa). "... In borrowing from African art, Pucci followed in the footsteps of influential 20th century modern artists, including Picasso, Matisse and Brancusi. All of these artists, and many others, found that stylized African art offered an inspiring change from the naturalism of Western art."