Sixties Redux — Keep it Chic by Preston Davis
August 24th, 2014
In Vogue Paris

Sixties Redux

Vogue Paris

“Edie in Paris”, a story from the September issue of Vogue Paris, is a lesson in how to nail the current take on the sixties look. Basically, all you need is a trim coat, cute dress, and a pair of knee-high boots. Three easy pieces.

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Vogue Paris

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Photography by Alasdair McLellan

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VINCE

Striped silk shirt

LEMAIRE

Belted midi dress

TIBI

Smocked-neck cotton-poplin top

TIBI

Skirt

VALENTINO

Sleeveless Midi Dress

GIANVITO ROSSI

Slingback kitten-heel satin pumps

A.P.C.

Double-breasted cotton pea coat

J.W. ANDERSON.

Pierce medium black leather bag

J.W. ANDERSON.

Layered-bells earrings

LOEWE

Hammock small grained-leather tote

M.I.H JEANS

Wide-leg cropped jeans

SELF-PORTRAIT

Utility twill and lace mini skirt

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  • You also need to not have already done the Sixties in the Sixties! 😉

    SamanthaAugust 24th, 2014  9:24 AM

     
  • I love those boots and the layout. Thanks a ton.
    Kristin
    www.curatorsofstyke.com

    Kristin BungartAugust 24th, 2014  12:29 PM

     
  • I have those things. I’ll have to give it a try! I was just a baby in the 60s 😉

    joannawnycAugust 24th, 2014  12:44 PM

     
  • Edie was the absolute best model for this ed ! Lovely pictures and styling, and this looks so different than what Vogue Paris usually does !
    http://www.pardonmyobsession.com/

    CarolineAugust 24th, 2014  1:36 PM

     
  • Even though I was there, I still love the 60’s look. However, definitely better for those “not my age.”

    MargoAugust 24th, 2014  5:30 PM

     
  • Where can one purchase those legs?

    MarthaAugust 24th, 2014  8:43 PM

     
  • Love these looks–fresh, modern, simple. But how to adapt the sixties vibe/how to get in on this trend for women over 50? Or is it just not meant to be?

    PaulaAugust 25th, 2014  12:48 AM

     
  • I like the hair and make-up. Very Mary Quant. Its a young look, but the simple styles (made a bit longer) would certainly be wearable for most women. Again, its just requires a discerning eye.

    AprilAugust 25th, 2014  2:10 PM

     

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