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This Sixties style tip will reinvigorate your summer look

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Diana Vreeland, epitomised the mood best with her ‘Garden in Hell’ red chinoiserie den; she declared it, ‘a very happy room to be in’.Of course, the great showmen of the era were no strangers to print peacockery; think Jimi Hendrix in an assault of paisley, bringing his own brand of Purple Haze playfulness to the King’s Road, or the Rolling Stones in flamboyant harlequin checks, florals and flaming lips patterns.

The decade’s pioneering women held their own, too: Mary Quant in graphic chequerboard, Zandra Rhodes in other-worldly, bird-of-paradise patterns (with a signature shock of pink hair).Summer brings a chance to embrace high-octane prints: with holidays afoot, it’s the time for more frivolity, less standard practice.

It’s a visual signifier that you’re in relaxed mode.While Finnish design house Marimekko – as seen in the 1960s photo shoot above – proposed an all-over cavalcade of print, breaking it up can make it more appealing for every day.

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