Fashion in The Sixties

Fashion in The Sixties
Hippie Clothing
Indian and African Influences
Handcrafted Clothing
Natural Fabrics
Bare Feet or Sandals
Long Hair
Inspired Denim Jeans
New Icons
Leslie Hornby ‘Twiggy’ became an icon due
her new style of fashion including her
short boyish hair.
Audrey Hepburn's beehive hairstyle became
popular amongst millions of women
worldwide
Jacqueline Kennedy characterised
class and beauty for women of the
time
MiniSkirts
Soaring Hemlines
Jean Shrimpton Increased Publicity
Icon Of Rebellion
Mod Fashion
Bold Geometric Shapes
New Range Of Colours
Button Down Shirts, Slim Suits,
Stove Pipe Pants, Wrinkle
Pickers
New Fabrics
Emerged from a
youth lifestyle in
London
New Social Standards
Sweeping Social Change
A New Youth Culture
New Conventions
Mass Produced Clothing
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