The monochrome (black and white) geometric prints of Op Art is very widespreaded in the sixties. Optical art was born in 1955 and used phenomena of optical illusions. Op Art patterns started appearing on everything. The famous Op art designer Vasarely collaborates with textile firms.
Futurist syle is also a fashion trend in the sixties. André Courrèges creates a collection named “Space Age”. Geometric shapes and silver colour are retaken by Paco Rabanne and Pierre Cardin. Inspired by the space conquest and the sci-fi, designers create new shapes and use original materials (PVC, vinyl, metal, rubber…).
Pop Art has also an important influence on fashion during the mid 1960s. Graphic work of Pop artists are printed onto clothing. Yves Saint Laurent creates one of the most iconic dress : the Mondrian shift dress.
Flower power : floral prints are very popular in the sixties, in particular the daisy pattern.
Baby doll fashion also appears in the sixties. Twiggy, Sylvie Vartan and France Gall are examples of the woman-child look.
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