Do you remember the 60s?
Well I don’t! But here are the FASHION ICONS who have had a great influence to fashion in the swinging sixties and some of their designs.
“I am tired of good taste,” Zandra Rhodes once said. “I want to do everything wrong and get a result that is of value and valid as well.”
The Art of Zandra Rhodes, by Zandra Rhodes and Anne Knight. Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1985.
…the classic Biba dolly…was very pretty and young. She had an upturned nose, rosy cheeks and a skinny body with long asparagus legs and tiny feet. She was square-shouldered and quite flat-chested. Her head was perched on a long, swanlike neck. Her face was a perfect oval, her lids were heavy with long, spiky lashes. She looked sweet but was as hard as nails. She did what she felt like at that moment and had no mum to influence her judgement. Barbara Hulanicki
Ossie Clark was my dad’s youngest brother, and Uncle Ossie was this extraordinary and flamboyant character who from time to time visited my Gran’s in Warrington.