The “Swinging 60s” gave birth to diverse trends in music and fashion. Mary Quant invented the mini-skirt. Psychedelic prints and simple geometric dresses known as “shifts” were in fashion. So were fluorescent colours and shiny fabrics such as PVC, but also crocheted lace, velvet and chiffon. False eyebrows were in vogue, as was pale lipstick.
For the men, it was either Mods (short for modernists) or Rockers. The former wore tailored suits with flared trousers and slim shirts with button down collars, whilst The Rockers wore leather.
The music came from groups like The Who, The Rolling Stones, The Beatles and The Small Faces and popular dances included the Twist, the Shake, Mashed Potato and the Locomotion. Gibsons jigsaw puzzles are made from 100% recycled, high quality puzzle board.