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The Life of Lamé
Would Missoni have shot to its stratospheric heights of fame so quickly were it not for those lamé blouses strutting down the runway under the bright lights of the Palazzo Pitti in the Spring of 1967? Bra-free and baring it all, Missoni and its models stomped down the runway and into a whole new era. […]
 
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Memorabilia and vintage photos of dandies cresting the waves

Not a lot of people are aware that as far as 1920 King Edward VIII was already braving – with his usual elegance – Waikiki’s giant waves, in Hawaii. Wallis Simpson’s husband was, after all, one of the most style-conscious among British monarchs. The real revolution, however, came with the Sixties, when British youth discovered Malibu, Bondi Beach and their very own Brighton.

 

A revolution in life and style told by the exhibition titled Sixties SURFER!, on show from February 15th at the Museum of British Surfing.

 

Re-see the Men’s Winter 2014 Runway inspired by the world of surfers.

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