Bc I love some 60s fashion. Yes. I'm strange.
Monika Rose Grundy
Shroom Cut 1 It is back: The legendary mushroom cut. The modern approach to the look that was the trend look of the beatniks in the early 60s, convinces with its slight undercut. This also keeps the overall structure narrow. Soft layers and short sides give it a fresh appeal and qualify this mushroom cut as an ideal summer look. Tousled with the help of styling products and loosely pulled to the back this cut demonstrates its full potential and versatility.
KEDS In 1916, Keds created a timeless American original: a shoe with a soft rubber sole, so comfortable and quiet you could "sneak" up on your boyfriend. This original sneaker, called "the Champion," has remained a style icon for almost 100 years. From movie stars, artists and tennis pros, to first ladies and beatniks, just about everyone's had a pair of Keds
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In 1965, Edie Sedgwick, a gamine girl from Cambridge by way of California, stepped into Andy Warhol’s world. She roamed the City with thick kohl rimmed eyes; a bleach-blonde pixie cut; bold brows; barely there hemlines; a leotard paired with opaque tights; and chandelier earrings. No one had ever seen a look like this before, and Edie is credited with establishing the beatnik, swinging 60s, downtown style.