Latest Fashion Trends; autumn catwalk looks inspired by Sixties cult classics.
Let's bring back the 60's!
There is a real reason why the Sixties are known as “swinging”. Although London was the place to be when the youth revolution clamoured through the streets which brought out the photography careers. These super trendy styles now have inspired the latest fashion trends.
Checkout how the Sixties cult classics influenced the latest fashion trends.
If there is one prominent trait every film of the decade has, it is the bright block-colored tights Jane Birkin and Gillian Hills catwalked on the runaway. These were paired with a mini shift dress, a bright pair of tights or stockings. Thanks to Demna Gvasalia and his revamping classics at Balenciaga, those faintly sickly acid hues are back!
Enter Veruschka styling a dazzling, daring black cocktail dress for a studio shoot. Such is the image of the vintage 60s. And fifty years after the look is back on the runaway reinvented by Michael Kors.
60s panache opts out for fashion choices that exempt the one wearing it from the obvious “Swinging” crowd. Fast forward to now. Acne Studios, is back at it again and offered us a perfect base layer for a chunky cream knit.
The far-fetched perception of today’s Mulberry, brought back the powerful feminine look that’s previously been served. The plaid-heavy looks dominated its autumn collection and if you are intrigued, style it head to toe that effectively slims the silhouette.
Veruschka strikes again with a stunning snakeskin look. And who dared to channel an extreme sense of animalism in their autumn collection? ANSWER; Alessandro Michele. His signature codes as a designer have sealed Gucci’s modern identity, one facet of which is a serpent obsession.