PopSugar covers Donna Karan spring 2011 very well! Check out this video from 2011 New York Fashion Week.
In an effort to learn about trends, I thought it would be interesting to investigate the 1960â€™s. To my discovery there were some massive fashion movements that became extremely popular and main stream. The main theme of the 1960â€™s involved social movements and fashion which often mirrored itself. In the 1960’s Mary Quant invented the mini-skirt, and Jackie Kennedy produced the ever so popular French manicure with false eyelashes and the pillbox hat. The hippie movement in the late decade of the 60’s also allowed for a transfusion of womenâ€™s clothing styles which included bell-bottom jeans, tie-dye, and batik fabrics which also includes paisley prints. Emilio Pucci became main stream in the 1960â€™s with the “micro-minis” or “Angel Dress” that used crocheted lace, velvet, chiffon, and sometimes cotton with psychedelic prints.
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