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polly mellen

Polly Mellen styled the controversial Bathhouse Series & Nastassja Kinski

Esquire Magazine declared what they called the 'Peacock Revolution' in men's clothing towards the end of the '60s. Men began to wear incredibly bright colors and prints, a sharp turnaround from the drab blacks, grays, browns and blues of earlier times.

this is a picture summing up the peacock revolution. This is a time where men embraced fashion and vibrant colored and patterned clothing. They began wearing bold patterns, decorative details, and also they began wearing cravats again.

Terry de Havilland Christopher McDonnell Cosmopolitan May 1972 Richard Imrie

Great outfit for rectangle body shape: Terry de Havilland Christopher McDonnell Cosmopolitan May 1972 Richard Imrie

Miyake Design Studio (Japanese, founded 1970). Issey Miyake (Japanese, born 1938).  “Waterfall Body” Ensemble (detail), autumn/winter 1984–85, Prêt–à–Porter.  Machine–knit black acrylic jersey, hand–draped and molded with resin. Photo © Nicholas Alan Cope. #ManusxMachina #CostumeInstitute

Miyake Design Studio (Japanese, founded Issey Miyake (Japanese, born “Waterfall Body” Ensemble (detail), autumn/winter Prêt–à–Porter. Machine–knit black acrylic jersey, hand–draped and molded with resin.

Vogue Italia 1969

Vogue Italia 1969

Survey of late Malian photographer at Fondation Cartier captures the youthful optimism of post-independence Bamako.

Black is beautiful Photographe Malick Sidibé

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