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Newtopia: Swinging London! by Matt

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The Mother of Mod: Designer Mary Quant - Man Repeller

The Mother of Mod: Designer Mary Quant

thecarnabetianarmy: “ the-cavern: “ Jenny Boyd, Stephanie Sikorski and Gai Wright in Mary Quant designs - 1965 ” I’ve only ever seen the crop with Jenny before, so this is just beautiful!

Quite representative of the early 1970s as well.

Quite representative of the early 1970s as well.

Mary Quant designs, 1960s Manchester City Galleries

Mary Quant, born in London in is synonymous with the mod fashion movement of the She is generally credited with the inventio.

Pattie Boyd | Byron's muse

hideelee: “ Gamble Aldens - 1968 (LOVE these. Especially that green dress with the multi-color buttons) ”

Na década de 70 o funk começa a ter uma influência no estilo da sociedade, sobretudo naquelas zonas com periferias mais densamente popularizadas por pessoas negras. As calças á boca de sino que eram uma marca deste estilo vão começar a ser usadas com sapatos altos e compensados e, também vão ser combinadas com top's bastante curtos.

Throughout the black community bell bottoms and halter tops became the new trend. They expressed themselves through the size of their hair. While people made fun of how their hair look, they embraced their style.

1977- Danskin was popular with the disco nightlife trend of leotards, body suits, and skirts that were below the knee. (Crystal D.)

Disco fashion 1978 I had a light dusty blue wrap skirt with matching spaghetti strap leotard

Evelyn "Champagne" King on Soul Train, 1983

Evelyn "Champagne" King on Soul Train, 1983 I need these shades, sparkly top and hair.

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