If fashion producers in the 1960s knew that their choices would have a lasting effect on the body image of tens of millions of women for generations to come, would they have made different choices? Read about the inspiration and purpose of this photoshoot on our blog.
Jen is wearing a cotton cheongsam-style shift dress from Korea.
The green trim and embroidery by the collar is indicative of 1960s styling.
Jen is wearing a flowing, early 1960s cocktail dress, paired with a bright yellow bangle.
Jen is accessorized with an adorable beaded bag.
Jen is wearing a handmade 60s dress, in a butter yellow colour.
The vintage yellow bracelet matches almost perfectly.
Markana is wearing an original 1960s shift dress, with a mandarin collar and Daisy trim. Her shawl is a modern sheer scarf.
Her accessories include white vintage sunglasses, a 1960s beaded handbag, and complementary bracelet and earrings.
Alanna has on a sweet, ruffled cotton dress, embroidered with flowers.
Her earrings are small, dangling pink stones, to play off of the pink in the embroidery.
Alanna's video interview is now live on our YouTube channel.
Daniela is wearing a yellow and white 1960's "A-Line" dress with mandarin collar, patch pockets and full dome buttons running up the left side of the body.
Her accessories include a plastic beaded white handbag and wooden half dome clip earrings in green.
Krista is wearing a blue 1960's shift dress with peter pan collar. The dress has black crochet lace with black bead embellishment.
Her accessories include half dome shell clip earrings and black patent leather handbag with gold clasps.
Yarine is wearing and early 1960's tone on tone pink jacquard dress with an eggshell white calot hat.
Her accessories include a pink rhinestone car broach, pearl necklace and black patent leather handbag with gold clasps.