Explore Chrissie Shrimpton, 1960s Fashion, and more!

Linda Keith, Chrissie Shrimpton, Suki Poiter, and unknown model in Ossie Clark designs. 1967.

Rolling Stones Linda Keith, Chrissie Shrimpton, Suki Poitier and Annie Sabroux modelling for the Ossie Clark and Alice Pollock winter collection (April,

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Bell Bottoms pants • Pantaloni a campana o scampanati a zampa d'elefante anni 60 70

Fashion model Wilhelmina, whose face graced the covers of over 300 magazines before retiring, models a pair of black flared pants and shirt with top model Samantha Jones, wearing a leopard skin dress,

1968  Two young girls embrace the mod look while shopping in London.

In Photos: The Best of 1960s Fashion

1968 Two young girls embrace the mod look while shopping in London.

70s Polyester Trouser Suits.  Oh the funky 70's, everything from the hippie look, to disco designer look and in between.  Quite an unusual decade for fashion...

Wide legged Polyester suits for women inspired by menswear. Women's suits jackets were sometimes worn with matching pants or skirt.

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As model and muse to designer Rudi Gernreich, Peggy Moffitt was a style icon of the sixties. Peggy was born in California in She beg.

1960s Mod Women Girls Ladies Models Red White Belts Shoes Jackets Gamine Vintage Photo

1960s Mod Fashion, Twelfth Night, 1960s Style, 60 S, Textiles, Costumes, White Belt, Searching, Dublin

1962 Children's Fashion Ad, Girls' Party Dresses, with Magician & Black Cat, "Magic in the Air" (2 pages) | by classic_film

1962 Children's Fashion Ad, Girls' Party Dresses, with Magician & Black Cat, "Magic in the Air" pages)

Women's fashion underwent many changes from the 1950s to the 1960s. In the 60s, women's clothes reflected the sentiment of the decade, becoming less conservative and more free. Among some of the changes were brighter colors and shorter length skirts and dresses, rising as high as a few inches above the knee.

Women's fashion underwent many changes from the 1950s to the 1960s. In the 60s, women's clothes reflected the sentiment of the decade, becoming less conservative and more free. Among some of the changes were brighter colors and shorter length skirts and dresses, rising as high as a few inches above the knee.

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