The 1960's

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The 1960's

The 1960's

Fashion

Popular styles in the mens department included fitted plaid suits, trousers, turtlenecks, cardigans, and blazers. This fad started in the 50s and continued into the 60s. Many of the designs for both men and women were inspired by Europe, Latin America, Asia, Africa, The Middle East, and poular bands.

Famous movies include horrors such as Physco, musicals like Mary Poppins and The Sound of Music, and romances like Bonnie and Clyde. Books weren't seen very often because the TV was a rising invention, but To Kill a Mockingbird and Valley of the Birds were most frequently read. TV shows such as Bonanza and Gunsmoke were shows that couldn't be missed. As more TV sets were bought, the greater the television shows' views became, and the less popular walk-in and drive-in theaters were.

"People today are still living off the table scraps of the sixties. They are still being passed around--the music and ideas." Bob Dylan

Women often wore shifts, mini skirts, mini dresses, and micro-mini dresses. They all incorporated some kind of design/pattern on them. In the 1960s, fashion was a very open and expressive opportunity for people. That it is why they wore such bold colors and shapes.

Peoples' eyes were the most important aspecct of beauty make-up; the rest of the face was kept very natural and plain. Bold matte powder eye shadows, false eyelashes, and dark eyeliner and crease lines were all added to the eye. The most popular make-up brand in the 1960s was Maxfactor, but other companies such as Covergirl, Maybelline, and Revlon were also used frequently. Most women wore fake hair, wigs and hairpieces, which were then accesorized with velvet headbands and bows.

Technology

Rising Stars:Actors/Actresses-Marilyn Monroe, Elizabeth Taylor, Jerry Lewis, Steve McQueenSingers: Elvis Presley, Beachboys, Elvis PresleyModel: Twiggy

1960-Laser 1961-Space Flight 1963: Tape Cassette... 1964-Astroturf 1965-Soft Lens Contacts 1967-ATM 1968-Video Game Console 1969-Internet

The Computer Mouse was created in 1964 by Douglas Engelbart. It was made up of wood and two gears on either side. The gears would direct the horizontal and vertical movement of the mouse.The first color broadcasting was in 1967, and it was produced by the network, BBC2.

In the 60s, the average car cost about $3,000, while a gallon of gas cost about 31 cents. The general types of cars bought were muscle cars, pony cars, and ecnomy cars.Pony cars were favored beacuse they were affordable, sporty, and reliable. These cars include Ford Mustangs, Chevrolet Camaros, and Dodge Challengers.The Top Models though were the Oldsmobile F-85's. Of these cars, the Cutlass was buoght the most.Other Dealers: General Motors, Ford, Chrysler

Towards the late 60s, fringe, fray, and tie-dye designs became very common. Men and women began to where similar clothing and patterns.

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