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1960s

1960s fashion

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1960s

  1. 1. 1957-1967 “Youth-quake”
  2. 2. Air travel was made easy by the introduction of the jet engine, which was developed during World War 2. This made the world a smaller place.
  3. 3. President Harry Truman of the USA put forward the Marshal Plan to revive the flagging economy.
  4. 4. Nikita Krushchev, ascended the Soviet leadership after the death of Stalin’s reign.
  5. 5. The African Americans began their civil rights movement for equality, primarily through non- violent means
  6. 6. The shopping culture in the USA changed with the introduction of shopping malls. There was a strong influence of fashion from other countries.
  7. 7. The Teddy Boy look originated in Great Britain.
  8. 8. Women wore turtle necks, pants and ballet flats along with long jackets
  9. 9. Art Movement
  10. 10. Pop Art
  11. 11. Pepsi Ads, Illustrations, Vector Graphics, 1969, Pepsi Cola, Johnalcorn, Retro Style, John Alcorn, 1969
  12. 12. Andy WarholEdie Sedgwick, Andy Warhol & Chuck Wein, 1965
  13. 13. Andy Warhol by Duane Michals. Not photographed like you might think. 1972
  14. 14. Warhol's childhood home. 3252 Dawson Street, South Oakland neighborhood of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
  15. 15. Andy Warhol - Coca-Cola (1960)
  16. 16. Campbell's Soup I (1968)
  17. 17. Andy Warhol Untitled from Marilyn Monroe 1967
  18. 18. Peel slow and see 1967
  19. 19. Andy Warhol Marilyn Monroe I Love Your Kiss Forever Forever (double page headpiece, pages 112 and 113) from 1¢ Life 1964
  20. 20. Gun,c.1981 Andy Warhol Oil Painting Repro Museum
  21. 21. COSTUME FOR WOMEN
  22. 22. Dresses
  23. 23. Shift Dress
  24. 24. Jumper Dress
  25. 25. Swim wear
  26. 26. The Monokini Swimsuit
  27. 27. Pants
  28. 28. Pants Suits
  29. 29. Palazzos
  30. 30. Bell Bottoms
  31. 31. Mini Skirts
  32. 32. Sleep wear
  33. 33. Sports wear
  34. 34. Yves Saint Laurent’s Mondrain Dress
  35. 35. Models pose with the original Mondrain painting, 1965
  36. 36. 44 Yves Saint Laurent’s Le Smoking
  37. 37. Le Smoking captured by Helmut Newton for Vogue,1967
  38. 38. HAIR AND MAKEUP
  39. 39. Jackie Kennedy with flicked up bouffant and  pill box hat Brigitte Bardot with a messy beehive, A Very Private Affair (1962) Sleek and timeless Sophia Loren
  40. 40. Nancy Kwan with her famous Vidal Sassoon cut, 1965 (photo: Terence Donovan) Vidal Sassoon with wife Ronnie Sassoon at the grand opening of the new Harry Winston Beverly Hills store on Jan. 11, 2006
  41. 41. Catherine Deneuve, 1965 Model Jean Shrimpton in a headscarf tied at the nape
  42. 42. Brigitte Bardot 1967
  43. 43. Wigs and a “wiglet” for the fashionable ’60s American gal. In the UK, Ginchy Wigs of London made various wigs and hairpieces. Lovely bouffant with a flip from mid-1960s
  44. 44. The Ronettes combined beehives with long hair Vidal Sassoon working on his iconic angular hairstyle of the ’60s, as worn here by Mary Quant.
  45. 45. Photo by Irving Penn, 1964. Guy Bourdin photograph for Vogue 1966
  46. 46. Twiggy photographed by Traeger for Vogue UK, 1967. 1967 Vogue Cover. Flower Power by Twiggy
  47. 47. 1960s false lashes made with real flower petals
  48. 48. Yardley lipstick Makeup from 1963 (from an article in Family Circle magazine)
  49. 49. Crazy space glasses twiggy Vogue, 1969
  50. 50. Jackie Kennedy Pills box hat Audery hepburn breakfest at tiffany’s hat.
  51. 51. Model Astrid Heeren and jewellery designed by Jean Schlumberger for Tiffany & Co. Photo by Bert Stern for Vogue, 1963. Vogue UK May 1966 (Cover) Model: Celia Hammond Photographer: David Bailey
  52. 52. Wilhelmina, Vogue 1965
  53. 53. Georg Jensen, Vogue, September 1963 British Vogue December 1960 photo by Claude Virgin
  54. 54. Mod Jewelry, 1960's. Suggested that this is Peggy Moffit.
  55. 55. Marisa and Pucci patterned bags, photo by Bert Stern, Vogue 1965
  56. 56. Legs by Richard Avedon,  Vogue, February 1967 Photo by Julian Cottrell, 1968. squash heels
  57. 57. Legs by Avedon Vogue 1967 Photo by David Bailey, 1965
  58. 58. PROMINENT DESIGNERS
  59. 59. Pierre Cardin
  60. 60. Influence of Circle in Cardin’s work.
  61. 61. “Geometric Guru”
  62. 62. “Bubble” Influence in Cardin’s Designs
  63. 63. André Courrèges
  64. 64. Space Craze of the 1960s, created by fashion pioneer André Courrèges
  65. 65. Space Race Craze
  66. 66. “Courglass” Audrey Hepburn for Courrèges
  67. 67. Gogo Boots
  68. 68. Marc Bohan
  69. 69. Bohan for Dior 1960, “the Gold Collection”
  70. 70. Gazar Cocktail Dress, 1965Christian Dior S/S 1963
  71. 71. Guy Laroche
  72. 72. Jackie, Paris, 1957 Shot by Bert Stern and the beautiful model is Astrid Heeren.
  73. 73. Laroche for Vogue, 1960
  74. 74. Fidgi, his first perfume
  75. 75. Emilio Pucci
  76. 76. He is known for his varied use of color and intricate geometric designs
  77. 77. Advertisement in Harpers Bazaar, 1967
  78. 78. Apollo 15 Logo Design Uniforms for Breniff Airlines
  79. 79. Advertisement for Pucci, 1966
  80. 80. Mary Quant
  81. 81. Twiggy look for Mary Quant Jean Shrimpton in a dress by Mary Quant, 1960s
  82. 82. ]the “London Look”
  83. 83. “Paint Box”
  84. 84. Bill Blass
  85. 85. Veruschka, dress by Bill Blass Donayl Luna for Bill Blass
  86. 86. Bill Blass and model for Vogue, 1960
  87. 87. Bill Blass advertisement.
  88. 88. Rudi Gernreich
  89. 89. RUDI GERNREICH - EXPOSED 1964.
  90. 90. Gernreich was one of the first designers to popularize cut - out’s
  91. 91. “No Bra” Bra,1964
  92. 92. Peggy Moffitt for Rudi Gernreich
  93. 93. IDOLS OF INFLUENCE
  94. 94. Audrey Hepburn
  95. 95. Audrey Hepburn in “Breakfast at Tiffany's”
  96. 96. “Twiggy” Lesley Lawson
  97. 97. “The Face of 1966”
  98. 98. Barbra Striesand
  99. 99. On The Ed Sullivan Show 1966
  100. 100. Jackie Kennedy
  101. 101. Jackie Kennedy’s perfect pill box look
  102. 102. Jackie Kennedy with her husband President John F Kennedy
  103. 103. 111 Peggy Moffitt
  104. 104. Peggy Moffitt for Rudi Gernreich
  105. 105. Peggy Moffitt for Commes De Garcons
  106. 106. Peggy Moffit and Rudi Gernreich, 1964
  107. 107. Elizabeth Taylor
  108. 108. Elizabeth Taylor in Cleopatra, 1963
  109. 109. Catherine Deneuve 
  110. 110. Catherine Deneuve. 1960’s. Photographed by Sharok Hatami
  111. 111. French Actress Catherine Deneuve In France In November, 1963
  112. 112. Catherine Deneuve, extraordinary actress with extraordinary eyes, representing a very special era in French cinema.
  113. 113. Maurice Dorléac Renée Jeanne Deneuve - Dorléac (Simonot)
  114. 114. Francoise Dorleac by David Bailey. Vogue UK, December 1965.
  115. 115. All 3 Dorleac sisters: from left, Catherine, Francoise, and the youngest sister, Sylvie.
  116. 116. Les collégiennes | André Hunebelle | 1957
  117. 117. L'homme à femmes | Jacques-Gérard Cornu | 1960
  118. 118. Les Parapluies de Cherbourg Released December 16, 1964 Catherine Deneuve selling umbrellas in "Les Parapluies de Cherbourg," 1963
  119. 119. Deneuve gives a disturbingly accurate portrayal of a person going through severe mental breakdown, and Polanski shows an understanding of and empathy with those suffering from mental illness.
  120. 120. Catherine Deneuve's performance in Repulsion, directed by Roman Polanski, 1965
  121. 121. 1967 Belle de Jour movie poster
  122. 122. Catherine Deneuve, Michel Carrel, Luis Buñuel (Belle de Jour, 1965)
  123. 123. Deneuve appeared nude in two Playboy pictorials in 1963 and 1965
  124. 124. Chanel N° 5 & its most famous face, Catherine Deneuve.
  125. 125. Catherine Deneuve and David Bailey are wed in London, 19 August 1965.
  126. 126. Catherine Deneuve & son Christian Vadim Catherine Deneuve and Chiara Mastroianni
  127. 127. Photo by David Bailey, 1963. Photo by David Bailey, 1965. Jean Shrimpton
  128. 128.  Photo by Peter Knapp 1966. photo by David Bailey for The Queen magazine 1964.
  129. 129. photo by Iriving Penn, Vogue US, 1963. photo by David Bailey, Vogue UK 1965.
  130. 130. FAMOUS PHOTOGRAPHERS
 DAVID BALEY
  131. 131. Jean Shrimpton photographed by David Bailey
  132. 132. Jean Shrimpton by David Bailey for Vogue: New York, 1962. Jean Shrimpton by David Bailey, 1963.
  133. 133. Sue Murray by David Bailey, 1964. Jean Shrimpton photographed by David Bailey for British Vogue, 1963.
  134. 134. RICHARD AVEDON
  135. 135. Jean Shrimpton, 1968 Elizabeth Taylor for Harper’s Bazaar. RICHARD AVEDON’S WORK
  136. 136. Twiggy photographed by Richard Avedon for vogue, august 1967. Jean Shrimpton in a Mondrian dress by Yve Saint Laurent. Photo by Richard Avedon, 1965.
  137. 137. Jean Shrimpton by Richard Avedon. Harper's Bazaar, 1964. Jean Shrimpton photographed by Richard Avedon, 1966.
  138. 138. BERT STERN
  139. 139. Audrey Hepburn for Vogue Paris, 1964. BERT STERN’S WORK
  140. 140. Jean Shrimpton, 1963.
  141. 141. Marilyn Monroe 1962 Twiggy, photographed by Bert Stern, 1967
  142. 142. Audrey Hepburn wearing Givenchy, photographed by Bert Stern, 1963. Natalie Wood photographed by Bert Stern, 1964.
  143. 143. IRVING PENN
  144. 144. Celia Hammond IRVING PENN’S WORK
  145. 145. Jean Shrimpton , 1965 Vogue by Irving Penn. Jean Shrimpton by Irving Penn, 1963.
  146. 146. HELMUT NEWTON
  147. 147. Jean Shrimpton and Celia Hammond HELMUT NEWTON’S WORK
  148. 148. Twiggy, Vogue UK, March 1967. Twiggy for Vogue UK, 1966.
  149. 149. MENSWEAR
  150. 150. 1959 Skinny Ties “Nehru Coats” in the late 1960"s
  151. 151. Turtle neck The mob and rockers
  152. 152. Mens in the early 1960’s
  153. 153. Men in late 1960’s
  154. 154. The Beatles The Beatles jump during a photoshoot for their Twist & Shout EP cover.
  155. 155. The Beatles are seen backstage during a break in rehearsal for the live broadcast of their song "All You Need Is Love" on the Our World program at EMI Studios in London, June 1967
  156. 156. The Beatles are attended to by hairdressers during a break in the filming of A Hard Day's Night, 1964

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