How to dress for a ’50s era style
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Style was the name of the game in the 1960s, and if you were lucky enough to grow up in a suburb of Melbourne, you might even have been exposed to a few of the style staples of the era.
The style in the city is a lot like the style of today, but it has been influenced by so many other places.
From the 1950s to the early 1980s, Melbourne was a thriving centre of fashion, with the likes of Tommy Hilfiger and Calvin Klein leading the way.
The city also produced a few celebrities and fashion designers, including Kim Kardashian, Naomi Campbell, Vivienne Westwood and Kate Moss.
Here are the fashion trends of the 1960’s and 70’s, as told by Victoria’s most influential fashion historians.
READ MORE: Top 5 styles from the 1950’s to the 1970’s The style of the 50s was a mixture of glamour and sophistication.
The glamour came from the glamour girls, the sophistication came from women wearing what we now know as a blazer and a skirt, and the glam was about fashion.
Victoria’s fashion scene was dominated by the fashion houses of the 1950 to 1960s.
The first to break into the industry was a new company called New Look, which was set up in 1960 to sell men’s clothes, and it was the first to introduce the iconic blazer.
The blazer was one of the first products introduced in the industry, and was often used by a man to represent himself to women.
It was a look that was all about confidence and style, and for a while the blazer dominated Victoria’s fashion.
A blazer in the 1950′s The look was a bit of a departure from the previous generation of designers, who were looking to the more modern aesthetic of the early 20th century.
New Look introduced a new look for men’s clothing, featuring a slim, tailored shirt with a short sleeve, and a short, straight tie.
It also introduced a more masculine style for women.
A classic blazer today The modern era of fashion in Victoria is one of a few where the blazers have become a bit more mainstream.
In the late 1970s and early 1980’s, Victoria was home to several fashion houses like Calvin Klein, Ralph Lauren and Tommy Hilso, who brought style to the masses.
The trend of women wearing suits and ties to go with their blazies has also continued, with more women embracing this style of dress in the 90s and 00s.
In this photo taken in 2015, an illustration from New Look shows a blazier in a man’s shirt, and in the background is a woman wearing a suit and tie.
At the time, New Look was a fledgling company that was selling its own men’s suits, but by the end of the decade, it had become one of Victoria’s biggest fashion houses.
Melbourne’s first men’s blazer The first blaziers to be produced by Victoria were produced in Melbourne by New Look in 1960.
By the late 1960s and 70s, Victoria had its own designers, and New Look’s blaziors became a staple in the suburbs.
If you’re interested in fashion, read on to find out what to wear today!
Victoria Fashion Week celebrates its 50th anniversary this year.
On Saturday, September 6, Victoria’s Fashion Week is marking the 50th year of the celebration.
To mark the occasion, Victoria Fashion Week will be hosting an annual fashion show.
This year’s theme is ’50 Years of Fashion’, with an exhibit by designer Alex Kowalski, and an auction by Australian retailer C.J. Scott.
Here’s the full list of the events taking place this year: The event kicks off at 8:30am and runs until 10am.
Admission to the show is free.
Event details can be found here.
Get your ticket here.
Style was the name of the game in the 1960s, and if you were lucky enough to grow up in…