If you haven't heard the term before 'mod glam' then you've may have been hiding under a rock for a few decades or so. Mod glam is the defining style of the 60s era. Think Twiggy in her heyday. And if you don't know who Twiggy is then just think full eyelashes, winged eyeliner, pale lips and the beginnings of the bob hairstyle.
Rimmel London is celebrating the mega mod style of the 60s with a couple of videos that tell the story from the beginning. As a part of fashion and popular culture that provied to be a dynamic time in history, iconic London model Jill Kennington tells the story of its origins. As one of the biggest models of the 60s, Jill Kennington talks about what it was like to be a part of the swinging London scene and how today's styles are inspired by the looks that she introduced to the world. Also in the video series you will be introduced to The Meyer Dancers, a gogo dance company specializing in the London 60s, Carlotta Cardana, a photographer who seeks her inspiration in mod couples and London scene and Whinnie Williams, British singer, songwriter, model and fashion designer.
Integrating the fiercely feminine mod look into your daily style is something that Rimmel London knows all about. The 60s continue to leave their mark on today's trends and styles so check out the mini series created by Rimmel London. The first video 'Original Mod' is attached or you can click here to watch the entire series.
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