What a difference 10 years makes! Today, we continue our look at evening wear through the decades with the 1960s. Gone are the full skirted styles and tiny waists of 1955. In 1965, shapes are more relaxed and elaborate fabrics and trimmings abound. Sequins, beads and bangles. Brocades, embroideries, and heavy laces. Asian influences, pants, and the beginnings of op-art all show up. Oh, and don't forget the big, big hair! Enjoy these evening looks from 1965.
Right: Maurice Roger black gown covered in beads from head to toe. Left: Jean Patou black silk chiffon with heavy Venice lace bodice.
Ted Lapidus elaborate brocade evening suit.
Pierre Cardin sequined gown with pop art dots.
Bill Blass for Maurice Rentner brocade backless top over pink evening pants.
Capucci op-art satin dress and jacket trimmed in ostrich feathers.
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