Mini-Skirt

La Mini Jupe (mini skirt) 1968

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La Mini Jupe (mini skirt) 1968

The mini skirt made its debut in 1964 and quickly became a bastion of youth culture and defiance[1]Mary Quant, the London-based designer responsible for the skirt, sought to reflect an era that was “arrogant, aggressive, and sexy.”[2] Accordingly, the mini skirt was a popular choice for independent and progressive women in the 1960s. During the violent protests and events of May 1968 in France, the mini skirt became a symbol of female revolution and defiance. Andre Courrèges popularized the hemline in France. While the nostalgia of the 1970s saw a return to more conventional hemlines, the mini skirt persists as a symbol of women’s rights and sexual liberation to this day.

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