In the 1960s, menswear embraced color and slim-fitting shapes in a so-called “peacock revolution” that went hand-in-hand with the ongoing social upheaval instigated by youth politics. Following the economic boom times of the '50s, teenagers had unprecedented money to spend, and the clothes they coveted set the trend. As the Beatles’ fame spread during the early 1960s, so did the popularity of their shaggy hairstyles, ankle boots, and Mod...Continue Reading