Liisa Hokkinen-Limnell

Liisa Hokkinen-Limnell

Liisa Hokkinen-Limnell
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Roger Vivier - Dior - Escarpins de Soirée - 1960

Roger Vivier - Dior - Escarpins de Soirée - 1960

Yves Saint Laurent and Louis Feraud, Marie France - September 1967,    Photographed by Richard Rutledge

Yves Saint Laurent and Louis Feraud, Marie France - September 1967, Photographed by Richard Rutledge

Sixties fashion at Schiphol Airport Amsterdam, 1967

Sixties fashion at Schiphol Airport Amsterdam, 1967

Sue Murray in a sequin mini dress by Susan Small, 1966

Sue Murray in a sequin mini dress by Susan Small, 1966

Shoes, 1966. From left to right: Christian Dior, Charles Jourdan, Charles Jourdan, Roger Vivier. #shoeswoon

Shoes, 1966. From left to right: Christian Dior, Charles Jourdan, Charles Jourdan, Roger Vivier. #shoeswoon

Photo by Irving Penn for Vogue, July 1963.

Photo by Irving Penn for Vogue, July 1963.

Original Vintage Mid Century Sofa Retro Deco Antique Cocktail 50s 60s 70s JAB

Original Vintage Mid Century Sofa Retro Deco Antique Cocktail 50s 60s 70s JAB

1960s Hair and make up never goes out of style!

1960s Hair and make up never goes out of style!

The 1960's saw some pretty unusual hairstyles. These creative updos were not at all like the stringy I-just-got-out-of-bed looks women wear today. Oh no. These hairstyles were perfectly coiffed and sprayed into complete submission, lest even one hair find it's own voice.  Combining forces with an array of hairpieces was quite common in 1964, when this hairstyle found its way into a McCall's Magazine. It is as if the model's hair was somehow strangely sectioned off into individual building…

The 1960's saw some pretty unusual hairstyles. These creative updos were not at all like the stringy I-just-got-out-of-bed looks women wear today. Oh no. These hairstyles were perfectly coiffed and sprayed into complete submission, lest even one hair find it's own voice. Combining forces with an array of hairpieces was quite common in 1964, when this hairstyle found its way into a McCall's Magazine. It is as if the model's hair was somehow strangely sectioned off into individual building…