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The best-dressed women of the sixties, featuring the world’s first supermodels Jean Shrimpton and Twiggy and singers Nancy Sinatra and Cher. Which one’s your favourite?
Singer Marianne Faithfull also looked effortlessly chic with her mini-dresses, fur coats and knee-high boots.
'These Boots Were Made For Walking' singer was another one to love the mini dress look of the 1960s.
A real glamour puss, Welch mixed and matched prints and pantsuits until everybody else followed her lead.
Known as the world’s first supermodel, Shrimpton was one of the most famous fashion icons of the 1960s. She was also known for her relationship with photographer David Bailey.
Diana Ross’s outfits as part of The Supremes were sparkly and over-the-top.
It’s difficult to think of Cher as a fashion icon these days (sorry Cher), but back in the 1960s, that’s exactly what she was, with her glossy locks and perfect make up.
After starring in fashion film ‘Blow Up’, Birkin rose to fame in the 1960s.
Hot on the heels of The Supremes, The Ronettes rocked the beehive and winged eyeliner look like no other act in the 1960s.
The teenage supermodel became a worldwide icon due to her short hairstyle and bold eyelashes.
The ‘60s were Hepburn’s decade, with the release of Breakfast at Tiffany's in 1961 and My Fair Lady in 1964. She knew how to pull off a pixie haircut.
American actress, model and fitness guru Jane Fonda inspired a nation with her exercise workouts.
Another fashion icon known for her pixie crop.
Known as the original ‘it girl’, Sedgwick was lauded as inspiration for both Bob Dylan and Andy Warhol (pictured).