Karin Cajmatz

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Two-toned dress c. 1967. Paraphernalia boutique employed some of the most innovative designers of the 1960s: Betsey Johnson, Deanna Littell & imported from England the designs of Mary Quant, Foale and Tuffin & Paul Blanche. It was the hippest boutique in New York in the 1960s, showcasing new fashions and hosting opening parties that were legend. Betsey became part of the youthquake fashion movement and Andy Warhol's underground scene, along with Edie Sedgwick #ParaphernaliaBoutique #Sixties

Two-toned dress c. 1967. Paraphernalia boutique employed some of the most innovative designers of the 1960s: Betsey Johnson, Deanna Littell & imported from England the designs of Mary Quant, Foale and Tuffin & Paul Blanche. It was the hippest boutique in New York in the 1960s, showcasing new fashions and hosting opening parties that were legend. Betsey became part of the youthquake fashion movement and Andy Warhol's underground scene, along with Edie Sedgwick #ParaphernaliaBoutique #Sixties

Vintage Micro Mini Dress 60s Dress Pink Dress Pleated Skirt Skater Dress Skater Skirt Mod Dress Scooter Dress Stewardess XS S Extra Small by ShopTwitchVintage #vintage #etsy #60s #1960s #dress #minidress #mod #microminidress #pleated

Vintage Micro Mini Dress Dress Pink Dress Pleated Skirt Skater Dress Skater Skirt Mod Dress Scooter Dress Stewardess XS S Extra Small by ShopTwitchVintage

Andy Warhol 1960s Pop Art Film Superstar Edie Sedgwick wearing a Rudi Gernreich…

Andy Warhol Retrospective, ICA Philadelphia, black-and-white photo of Edie Sedgwick in a floor-length t-shirt-dress with very, very long sleeves

Edie wearing Betsey Johnson Jumpsuit 1965

Edith Edie Minturn Sedgwick wearing silver Jumpsuit Outfit Clothing by Paraphernalia Boutique designer Betsey Johnson Heiress Socialite Sixties Andy Warhol Pop Art Film Superstar Actress Vogue Youthquaker Underground Fashion Icon Silver Factory Party 1965