What to wear on the slope? Style lessons from 20th century fashion icons
At a time when there were no waterproof special fabrics for the manufacture of sportswear, singer and actress Marianna Feitfull trusted her fashionable instinct - a few decades later, half the world would dress like this in winter (where there is actually winter).
Now you know that the protective color jackets parks were not invented at all in the 2000s - here is the actress and legend of the “golden” Hollywood Rita Hayworth posing in such a jacket on the slopes of the Swiss Alps (yes, they also have stars!) in 1949.
In the mountains, you do not need styling, but this does not mean that for a photo or apres-ski you do not want to make a haircut different from just the rumpled hair under the cap. Brigitte Bardot tells us from 1958 from the resort of Cortina d'Ampezzo: take the kerchief with you and put only the fringe.
In this photo, you do not immediately recognize the main character - this is Grace Kelly on vacation in Switzerland with her family.If you retouch this photo in color, then it could easily go for today's picture - very very modern on Grace looks a shirt made of cotton, which the princess of Monaco decided to replace the ski jacket.
Similar tight-fitting sports suits have recently been shown by Rihanna in her collection for Puma, and Cher even then, in 1977, knew what to shine on the ski slopes. And the bandage around his neck, and the rainbow stripes prove once again: on the calendar the 70's in full swing.
Audrey Hepburn with a friend
Audrey with a friend pose in the best traditions of the modern street style during fashion weeks and march in step. But behind them is not Milan and Paris, but the town of Shamrus in the French Alps, which hosted the Olympic Games in 1968.
Serge Gainsbourg and Jane Birkin
Jane Birkin has seriously approached to weather conditions and has taken with itself in mountains a fur coat and boots from a natural fur. But the most comical in this photo is the legendary accessory Birkin, who went with her on a trip to the winter then, in the 60's, a woven basket bag.
Even on this black and white photo of 1966 it is evident that Jacqueline does not strive to dress brightly and attract attention, but equates sports style with comfort.What we particularly like in this photo is Jackie’s style of picking up accessories — leather gloves, sunglasses in a square-shaped frame, and a large pearl-set jewelry on a chain.
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