The age of the flower child, the space race and Beatlemania; fashion norms were created and broken, mirroring the prevailing social movements of the time.

Second-wave feminism coincided with the sexual revolution, hemlines rose, the mini skirt was born. In the late 1960s, hippie subculture ushered in a new, liberating brand of cool. Whether you’re looking to be inspired by the classic elegance of Jacqueline Kennedy, the dolly-girl looks of Twiggy and Jean Shrimpton or the mod stylings of The Who, our archive has you covered.

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