Let's have a look back at the amazing fashion evolution that was the past century...
This decade marked the shift from heavy Victorian gowns and corsets to a new fashion movement. Coco Chanel made her first appearances on the fashion scene and designed the chemise, a short, light dress that allowed young women to dance freely. The photo shows popular actress Louise Brookes wearing one of Chanel's creations. This era was dominated by flapper style fashion, which consisted of straight-up and down figures, rising hemlines and excessive makeup.
Arguably the first ever supermodel in existence, Twiggy started the trend for ultra-thin models. Mini hemlines, psychedelic prints and bee-hive hairdos sum up the 60s in a nutshell.