Pierre Cardin helped define modernity in the 1960s and beyond

Fashion designer will forever be associated with the decade that embraced his space-age aesthetic

The Beatles smiling for an early group portrait in 1963, their pixie handsomeness perfectly framed by four snappy collarless jackets. US first lady, Jackie Kennedy, unimpeachably elegant in a boxy scarlet wool day-suit on a visit to Canada in 1962. Marisa Berenson in a groovy sunset-hued kaftan, gazing through matchstick lashes at the lens of Irving Penn for a 1967 cover of Vogue.

Continue reading…

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *