Sixties are going to be the coolest trend for 2018. During the latest fashion weeks, one of the most influential decades for contemporary fashion regained the spotlight, thanks to collections that took their inspirations from its icons or the events that changed history.
Jackie Kennedy was Jeremy Scott‘s muse for Moschino fall winter 2018 collection. Her classic suits and her coats, reinvented with biker jackets, capes and curly furs, are back to proof how her elegance and style have still a loto to say.
1968 and student riots are the starting point for Maria Grazia Chiuri‘s vision for Dior‘s collection. Those revolutionary ideals are like an escamotage for her, in order to depicts an empowered feminism, that mixes riot lettering urban sweaters and flower-emrboidered organza dresses. Folk style, that was beloved in the Sixties by all the revolutionary girls, is experiencing a new youth in Etro‘s collection, with patchwork maxi capes and bohemine fringed jackets.
Disco fever and its glam vibes guided Tom Ford to design a collection that seem to be taken from the Sixties fashion icons’ closet, like Edie Sedgwick and Twiggy. Super short and sequined dresses, silver leggings and animalier printed suits are made to become cult pieces in our wardrobe, just like sparkling headbands and maxi rounded earrings.
On Miu Miu‘s catwalk we recognized a beauty trend that comes straight from the Sixties: it’s the bee-hive, the legendary hairstyle that became famous on Brigitte Bardot blonde hair, completely reinvented in an extreme version.