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Fashion in The Sixties by Mind Map: Fashion in The  Sixties
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Fashion in The Sixties

New Conventions

Mass Produced Clothing

Sweeping Social Change

A New Youth Culture

Emerged from a youth lifestyle in London

New Social Standards

Mod Fashion

Bold Geometric Shapes

New Range Of Colours

Button Down Shirts, Slim Suits, Stove Pipe Pants, Wrinkle Pickers

New Fabrics


Soaring Hemlines

Jean Shrimpton Increased Publicity

Icon Of Rebellion

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

Hippie Clothing

Indian and African Influences

Handcrafted Clothing

Natural Fabrics

Bare Feet or Sandals

Long Hair

Inspired Denim Jeans