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  • Hippie Fashion and Mary Quant
    • What was the hippie trend?
    • began to expand in America in the late 1960’s.
    • hippie events included, Summer of Love, followed by Woodstock Festival in 1969.
    • In San Francisco large groups of people were highly attracted to this way of life and the hippy movement increased and popularised
    • Hippy outfits were based upon bright colours, high skirts, and long hair covered with flowers emphasising their passion towards peace and anti-war.
    • What fabrics, colours and textures were used.
    • Hip hugging bellbottom jeans with wide belts.
    • Halter tops.
    • Ankle bells.
    • Leather sandals.
    • Tie and dye garments.
    • Patched skirts.
    • Colorful headbands worn with a flower.
    • Colorful tees.
    • A peace symbol locket.
    • Bell bottom
    • Jeans batik fabrics
    • Paisley prints
    • Rainbow and earthy like colours.
    • Who wore these clothes?
    • Raised under the ideological system that came out of the 1960’s in North America and Western Europe.
    • Lived in a wide globalised society
    • Peace groups or anti-governmental groups.
    • What inspired the trend?
    • German youth movement arose as a reaction to the organised social and cultural groups
    • This movement was viewed upon as a sub-culture or a rebellious group opposing the societal norms.
    • The movement opposed the style of traditional German clubs
    • How did it capture the spirit of the 60’s era?
    • highlighted an era of change and post war citizen awareness.
    • dressed to express rebellion
    • change associated with women’s empowerment, human rights issues and racial equality.
    • expressing individualism and not for the sake of pleasing regular fashion
    • Who exemplified this trend?
    • Mary Quant is one of the designers exemplified throughout the 1960’s for inventing the miniskirt and hot pants.
    • She was famed for her work on pop art in fashion as she spread her design out to the youth of the UK.
    • unisex garments that were complemented by white plastic collared dresses
    • Underwear became an important new accessory in fashion.
    • Mary Quants background
    • 11th of February 1934
    • British Fashion designer
    • opened a clothes shop in Kings Road, London, called Bazaar in 1955.
    • 1966 she was working along with 18 different manufactures.
    • What influenced Quants designs in this era?
    • Decade of revolution and change.
    • The fashion industry promoted the “New Look”
    • Elegant and feminine.
    • Restriction on clothing for woman
    • Dress and Knickerbockers
    • Mary Quant - 1973.
    • This garment is one of Mary Quants famous designs named “Dress and Knickerbockers” designed in 1973.
    • slim and stylish design using a single colour.
    • The shape of Quants design is stream-lined and elegant as she depicts and extracts elements from your traditional men’s suiting
    • Who is a contemporary designer who has influenced my work?
    • Nicole Richie is a dark and sleek fashion designer who tries to recreate and redesign the hippie fashion.
    • Designs consist of hanging accessories off clothing, flowers, bandanas, and bright earthy and rainbow colours.
    • In April 2007, Richie announced plans to start a jewellery, accessories, clothing and sunglasses line
    • House of Harlow 1960”
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  • THANKYOU Peace out