My obsession with vintage Laura Ashley dresses is no secret and I'm thrilled to have added a new one to my ever growing collection. I didn't have one with any...
The Swinging Sixties
In April 1966, Time magazine focused on London, the Swinging City, as a tribute to its transformation from the gloomy post WW II city to the capital of style and youth culture. Music, fashion and design flourished, as London attracted numerous creative types. One of the most well-known icons of the fashion industry was model Jean Shrimpton, known as “The Face of the ’60s” and the symbol of Swinging London. This post is dedicated to her and the Swinging Sixties. Oh, and if you’re looking for more 60’s inspiration, I recommend watching “We’ll take Manhattan”, following the relationship between Jean Shrimpton and photographer David Bailey. I’m sure you’re going to love it as much as I did biiiig ❤ for Karen Gillan and Aneurin Barnard).
I’m wearing: a vintage 60’s dress from Vintage Boutique (nos), a vintage 60’s coat from Vintage Lady, Parfois bag, ASOS shoes, Penti tights