Taking style cues from Twiggy

It may be because we always imagine that we’re borrowing them straight from Twiggy, but some things will always be attributed to the mod 1960s. Like shift dresses that sing with geometric prints, and thick bottom lashes that for once take a starring role over their sibling top lid. In Dalton Louis‘ shoot the NOW 60s, styled by Tosin Ojo, model Jelena is that mod girl.

Dalton Louis the NOW 60s

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the NOW 60s by Dalton Louis
the NOW 60s by Dalton Louis
the NOW 60s by Dalton Louis
the NOW 60s by Dalton Louis
the NOW 60s by Dalton Louis
the NOW 60s by Dalton Louis
the NOW 60s by Dalton Louis
the NOW 60s by Dalton Louis
the NOW 60s by Dalton Louis
the NOW 60s by Dalton Louis

With strict centre parts and slick buns styled by Guslene Bubak, and mod makeup by Olivia Tan, you can get a full dose of 60s style inspiration at the gallery above.

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