As with everything else, the 1960s turned the fashion industry on its head. How clothing was made, how it was presented to consumers, what was socially acceptable to wear—and even how women shopped—changed in this tumultuous decade, as youth rejected understated elegance and luxury in favor of fast, fun, cheaply made outfits. When it comes to dresses, Modernist sensibilities hit the runway in the late '50s when Christian Dior showed A-line...Continue Reading
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