He produced advanced clothes for the jet set, but their designs were not even close to conservative.

He produced advanced clothes for the jet set, but their designs were not even close to conservative.

An unnatural obsession

The 1960s fell deeply in love with brand brand new, man made materials, with young designers keen to locate brand new perspectives on founded kinds. They exploited the possibility of modern plastic materials and synthetic fibres Perspex, PVC, polyester, acrylic, nylon, rayon, Spandex, etc. to generate simple care outfits that had been attention catching and enjoyable. The search for a form that is truly modern of had been epitomised because of the ‘paper gown’. Continue reading