Top Fashion Trends of 1967-Part 1

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In 1967 the “Mod” look was in full swing.  Popular looks included streamlined silhouettes, vibrant graphic prints,  menswear inspired fashions with a feminine edge.  Accessories and hair were big!   Below is  a list of the top  hot fashion trends for 1967 as featured in the  January issue of  Vogue magazine.

Boots from ankle length to over thigh.  Looked great with mini skirts and textured or shimmery tights.

1967 boots and tights trend vogue 1967

1967 Boots and tights trend

Tribal prints

Oscar de la Renta for Jane Derby Katftan and pants

Oscar de la Renta for Jane Derby Kaftan and pants

Bold graphic prints

Sarmi silk crepe geometric print dresses

Sarmi silk crepe geometric print dresses

Wide leg jumpsuits

Hanae Mori silk butterfly print jumpsuit

Hanae Mori silk butterfly print jumpsuit

Printed Coats

Rajah coat by Bill Blass for Maurice Rentner

Rajah coat by Bill Blass for Maurice Rentner

Forquet wrap style swing coat

Forquet purple and orange wrap style swing coat

Menswear Inspired

Menswear inspired shirts and pants. Worn by Francoise Hardy, French singer and actress

Menswear inspired shirts and pants. Worn by Francoise Hardy, French singer and actress

Tunics with mini pants

Oscar de la Renta for Jane Derby Jewelled mini tunic and shorts

Oscar de la Renta for Jane Derby Jewelled mini tunic and shorts.

Jeweled evening tunic and short pants by Oscar de la Renta for Jane Derby

Jeweled evening tunic and short pants by Oscar de la Renta for Jane Derby

Paper clothing

 

1967 paper fashions

1967 paper fashions

 

Upper left- Actress Candice Bergen wearing Paco Rabanne’s silver paper dress with rosettes.
Upper right- Ethel Scull in Kimberly Kaycel paper shift painted by Luksus.
Lower left- Peggy Moffitt in Rudi Gernrich clear plastic tunic with paper dots.
Lower right- Model wearing Mars Manufacturing shoulder tie paper  jumpsuit in electric blue and turquoise

That’s all for now! To be continued…

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2 thoughts on “Top Fashion Trends of 1967-Part 1

  1. I always loved the white Courreges style go go boots from the 60s. They looked great with mini dresses.

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