London fashion - shop Mary Quant - dress Speakeasy- 1967 60s 1960

callemodista: Mary Quant Velvet dress(via Isabel Costa)

...We called these ribbed shirts, Poor Boys.  Loved them !!

Paris 1966 photographed by Jack Garofalo (Paris Match)

60s mod from a catalogue

Ford models in mini dresses, Seventeen, 1967

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Shopping on Carnaby Street, London, 1967

Mary Quant's Mini Is One Of The Sexiest Dresses Of All Time

Vikki Dougan’s Backless Dress

Image of Mary Quant Mini

"Go Young in vibrant velours and joyful jerseys" My fashion mantra! 1960s mod Mary Quant of London minidress

Mary Quant 1967 Penneys Catalog Summer designer print ad photo sports wear day dress miniskirt shorts knit top late mod looks stripes green orang

Mary Quant fashions in Terylene, 1967

Mary Quant vintage Sixties dresses in Terylene, 1967 Fashion vintage mini yellow blue red

1960s fashions (such as those by designer Mary Quant) are the UK's fashion favourites of the past 75 years

The Sixties really WERE swinging! Brits choose decade as one they'd most like to have lived in (and men vote it the sexiest thanks to miniskirts and bikinis)

1960s fashions (such as those by designer Mary Quant) are the UK's fashion favourites of the past 75 years

All sizes | Pennys 67 ss quant 6 | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

Mary Quant S/S 1967 dresses

SWEET JANE: Vintage 60s Advert: Manfield Shoes 1967

Hoodoo That Voodoo

Sixties London... Do I have to say anything else?

Ben Sherman, the Carnaby street retailer synonymous with mod fashion for the past 50 years, is getting out of the women’s wear game.

mary quant

Pierre Cardin rocked the with sassy, sparky clothes

Mary Quant, the woman who started the Mod movement in the '60s with her fashion designs.

MARY QUANT, Welsh Designer British fashion icon, who was instrumental in the mod fashion movement. She was one of the designers who took credit for inventing the miniskirt and hot pants.

She's so Mod! Cathy McGowan (front) with siblings John and Frankie,1965. Cathy is a  British broadcaster and journalist, best known as the presenter of the TV show Ready Steady Go! She was the subject of the Gen X tribute song Ready Steady Go!

Ready Steady Go! presenter Cathy McGowan (right) outside the Savoy Hotel, London, with her brother John and sister Frankie, September

jean shrimpton 60's     My fave !

Jean Shrimpton, London, Queen magazine, 1964 Photo by Norman Parkinson scanned by me

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