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Fashion History: Mini Skirts and Mini Cars - What More Could You Quant From The 60s

“The 1960s were responsible for some of the greatest movements in art, in mime, in music, in dance, in cinema,” Steven Berkoff.

Whether you were into The Beatles or The Stones, wore mini skirt or loons, the baby boomer generation influenced the decades to come in thousands of ways. 44 more words

Fashion History

Girls and Make-up: Crimes of Fashion

Sometimes I don’t want to write about writing. Sometimes I just want to write about the little things. Like puberty, petty crimes and rural isolation. 606 more words

Crimes Against Fashion

Blue nail polish?  Not for me.

“Why not?” a gal who was young enough to be my daughter asked.

“Well, I’d wear it if I were your age,” I told the twentysomething.  245 more words

Girl Talk



Thời trang như một vòng tròn tuần hoàn, những xu hướng cứ xuất hiện nhan nhản khắp các mùa thời trang từ xuân hè đến thu đông. 2,781 more words

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Why conservatism in fashion isn't the answer

Where would ‘womanity’ have been today, if Coco Chanel hadn’t released us from the tyranny of corsetry a hundred years ago? If Yves Saint Laurent, André Courrèges, Mary Quant and Vivienne Westwood hadn’t challenged the status quo and hadn’t liberated women from under-structure? 489 more words


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This week’s influential woman is someone who was involved greatly in the fashion industry. Mary Quant was born February 11, 1934. She was one of the main designers of the invention of the miniskirt and hot pants. 371 more words

Influential Girls

Sunday look back to the 60's

Spending my Sunday, half nursing a hangover, half trying to be productive with something inspirational. Sitting on the bed, with ‘Absolutely Fabulous’ on the TV, large water and diet coke to one side of me and an old favourite book to the other. 347 more words