First look: LANVIN Tulle dress, $1,200, and taffeta coat, $1,570, both at Barneys. Rachel Riley ballet flats, $190. Second look: BURBERRY Trench coat, $375 at Bergdorf Goodman; kilt, $180 at Bloomingdale’s. Converse sneakers, $32. Credit Lee Clower for The New York Times; photographed at shootdigital
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My mom was telling me when she was in her early 20’s when WWII was going on there was a shortage of stockings, and what she use to do to make like she was wearing stockings; she would draw a line down the back of her before stepping out in public. When the war was over in May 1945, the women would style their hair, rolling the sides going to the back of the head in a v shape for “victory”.
I’ll never forget the day I tried to put a plaid shirt with plaid shorts on my son. I thought it was fine, but it seems I was very, very, wrong. Every woman I’ve ever known thought I had recently suffered a head injury, and even a couple of my guy friends thought I was somewhat visually impaired. Clearly my son’s chances at the Supreme Court were diminishing.
Deeper into the store, a blond woman named Bo Clark emerged from the dressing room wearing an Oscar de la Renta dress, an ivory-colored, long-sleeved number with a mile of lace. “I just got engaged two weeks ago,” Ms. Clark said. “It became operation ‘Let’s get great party dresses and cocktail attire.’”
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Other influential space age designers Pierre Cardin and Paco Rabanne. Italian-born Pierre Cardin was best known for his helmets, short tunics, and goggles. Paco Rabanne was known for his 1966 “12 Unwearable Dresses in Contemporary Materials” collection, which made use of chain mail, aluminum, and plastic.
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Death to Tennis proffers “adult streetwear” in the form of graphic T-shirts, creatively pocketed Oxford shirts and short-cropped jean jackets (with insignia) on its website, along with short films made by the label’s founders, William Watson and Vincent Oshin. One of them features the Academy Award winner Mahershala Ali. July 11, 6 p.m.
Starting in 1967, youth culture began to change musically and Mod culture shifted to a more laid back hippie or Bohemian style. Hosiery manufacturers of the time like Mary Quant (who founded Pamela Mann Legwear) combined the “Flower Power” style of dress and the Pop Art school of design to create fashion tights that would appeal to a female audience that enjoyed psychedelia. Ponchos, moccasins, love beads, peace signs, medallion necklaces, chain belts, polka dot-printed fabrics, and long, puffed “bubble” sleeves were popular fashions in the late 1960s. Both men and women wore frayed bell-bottomed jeans, tie-dyed shirts, work shirts, Jesus sandals, and headbands. Women would often go barefoot and some went braless. The idea of multiculturalism also became very popular; a lot of style inspiration was drawn from traditional clothing in Nepal, India, Bali, Morocco and African countries. Because inspiration was being drawn from all over the world, there was increasing separation of style; clothing pieces often had similar elements and created similar silhouettes, but there was no real “uniform”.
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