Fashions of the Nineteen Sixties reflected youth. From the kid-like quick skirts of the mid 60’s to the costume type outfits of the hippies, clothes took on new traces, shade, and a reflection of vibrant optimism combined with an idealistic yearning for a brand new egalitarian society. As with the aforementioned tiger tooth, I am once once more utterly oblivious as to why Depp is wearing this specific piece of knickknack. If there’s some deep, profound connection he feels towards Che Guevara, or if he simply thinks the necklace is a very snazzy wanting accent, I don’t know (your guess is simply as good as mine). Nevertheless, I do know that you can catch Johnny Depp’s Concern and Loathing in Las Vegas costar, Benicio del Toro, giving a incredible portrayal of Mr. Guevara in the very good 2008 film, Che, which was all about the man’s life.
One other actress who defied the pressures of Hollywood was Marlene Dietrich who is known (among different things) for saying: ‘I costume for myself. Not for the image, not for the general public, not for fashion, not for men.’ While also a fan of the common-or-garden ball gown, Marlene became the first famous girl in history to rock a tuxedo, with Angelina Jolie and co. taking suit (pun meant) all these years later. We applaud you, Marlene. Thirties style traits really wouldn’t have been the identical along with her.
Youthful fashion for women stayed very much in stride with their mothers with flowing … Read More