Minimalism fashion 60s for Heidi Ott dolls

  Some history about 60s fashion.

  At the beginning of the 60s, there was a sharp change in traditions in fashion. The city of style and new trends was London with its rebellion, avant-garde, and youth. Luxury and tenderness have replaced minimalism and boldness. It became quite obvious that a young and active person should look different.

Fashion features of the ’60s

The fashion of the 60s gave a lot of non-standard and fresh ideas. Among designers and fashion designers, the term “youth fashion” appeared for the first time. Bright, juicy shades, lush skirts became relevant thanks to Brigitte Bardot, Twiggy, Catherine Deneuve. Their new images completely destroyed the old ones. New style icons appeared in the world community.

Incredible colors combination

At that time, non-standard dresses in the style of the 60s, which destroyed many stereotypes. There was a length of mini, carrying a charge of light sexuality, and the sensuality was emphasized very skillfully.

Colors! Colors! Colors!

In 1962, Mary Quantum, an Englishwoman who kept a fashion shop in London, offered the world’s elite a mini length of the dress. Then the world went mad and all the women of the world started wearing minis.

Mary Quant
Innovative Fashion designer Mary Quant on what inspired her to create some of her iconic styles such as the mini skirt and the ‘wet’ look.

  Dress shapes and styles

Dresses in the style of the 60-s is a trapezoidal shape, straight style, no overloaded decor, and accessories. The image of a teenage girl was popular. A symbol of the style of the sixties was a fashion legend – the famous “twiggy girl” with a pseudonym Twiggy. At that point, thinness had become fashionable.



                           Fancy dresses from the sixties    

Models of dresses were quite simple and they was compensated by bright shades and interesting details. In fashion at the time, the colors were juicy: yellow, crimson, blue, bright orange, scarlet. Fashion designers created truly original decor, combined volumetric prints, large elements, black and white and complex images.

Evolution of styles in the ’60s.

I decided to embody the fashion trends of the 1960s in a new collection of silk dresses for Lady Heidi Ott.
Miniature Lady doll from dollhouse by Heidi Ott is a wonderful model to demonstrate fashion dresses.

A small collection of silk dresses for Heidi Ott Lady dolls.

Green silk dress

Light blue silk dress.



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