A 60’s Summer

60’s feminism + contemporary androgyny is served.

This past year, boiling up to summer, a hot wave of feminism has been brewing. And as any social or political movement emerges, the fashion of it is what fascinates us the most.

After all, the clothes of the people are the tell tale signs of…. everything.

Whereas 60’s feminism reclaimed female sexuality and the freedom to break through traditional female roles, today’s feminism declares the abolishment of said roles altogether.

Why are sex and gender roles even necessary? Every human contains “male” and “female” traits within their brains.

Back to the fashion…. 60’s fashion contains hyper feminine silhouettes accentuating the female body (mini skirt) while today’s fashion contains every type of silhouette imaginable-  loose, boxey, tight and romantic.

There are overlaps between the two- monochrome, minimalism, maximalism, embellishments, bright colors, slip dresses, lace up, crop tops, booty shorts….

Below view our take on the combination of 60’s and contemporary dress. From mood and inspiration down to shoppable pieces.


Brigitte Bardot, Francoise Hardy, Jane Birkin, Kate Moss, Naomi Campbell and Twiggy all in one mood board. Yes.

New favorite colors- yellow, pink, green and anything see- through.


Take us to the South of France… summer isn’t over yet! PS- we have a thing for motorcycles as you can see… a symbol of liberation?


Fiorucci tee , Zara wide leg trousers, Zara head band  , Adrienne Vittadini wedges 


ATM Deep V slip , H&M statement earrings , Vintage Cartier bag, Via Spiga strappy heels


Out From Under bodysuit, H&M black high waisted shorts , socks , Giant Vintage Tabby sunglasses, Vintage Gucci bag, Mansur Gavriel ballerina leather pumps 


Zara frilled yellow top,  Zara ruffled skort , Bandana style scarf, Satin sandals , Medium silver hoop earrings   

❤ The Villains

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