Radical Rags: Fashions of the Sixties

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Abbeville Press, 1990 - Social Science - 256 pages
Remember love-ins and flower-power, clogs, mini-minis and bell bottoms, Mods, Hippies, Vietnam, Janis Joplin, Jacqueline Kennedy, and Mary Quant? The product of years of research and scores of interviews, Radical Rags reflects the history of a revolutionary and controversial decade. Photographs, primarily from private collections rarely seen.

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In this stunning visual montage Lobenthal dazzles us with his kaleidoscopic look at revolutionary styles of the Sixties that have forever changed the way we wear and view fashion. Part documentary ... Read full review

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Joel Lobenthal is assistant editor of Ballet Review, and has also written for Dance Magazine, Playbill, Quest, and the New York Times. He is the author of Radical Rags: Fashions of the Sixties.

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