McCalls 1968 McCall's Pattern 9230 Left - split-level dress of petal white and black, divided high with a crisp flare of Moygashel linen. Right - Daisy print for another version of the same skimmer. Polished cotton and Avril rayon by Concord.
Mods: a group/style tribe in the 1960's in Britain. Their fashion statement was elegance, long hair, granny glasses, and Edwardian finery. They were " up for love, self expression, poetry and getting stoned." A concept of mod fashion was that males as well as females were entitled to wear handsome and dashing clothing. Twiggy and her new model army: 1960's fashion #Mod
Jenny In London Summer 1965 - American teen Stephanie Sikorski (seated in car), of Allentown, PA, won an eight day trip to England sponsored by Hess’s Department store. On Wednesday Stephanie was off to a big party with London models Gai Wright and Jenny Boyd all shown posing in Mary Quant fashions. Jenny Boyd is wearing a shirt-dress by Mary Quant for Daphne, $25. From Ingenue magazine, November 1965.