Friday, October 7, 2011


Fashion trends are changing at a rapid pace every season, and looking back at the glorious decades past for stylish revival seems inevitable. This fall, bring the groove back and get all tangled up in a dazzling blur of op and pop with the return of The Swinging 60's.

In a decade dominated by youth, London fashion comes into mind when you talk about 60's - it swings. Who could forget the long legs and wide doe eyes of one of the world's first supermodels, Jean Shrimpton? Or the immortal designs of Mary Quant? Or most all, Twiggy's waifish and androgynous look that became iconic in the mod era?

Born as Leslie Hornby, Twiggy was a prominent British teenage model of her time. She rose to fame for her unconventional appearance - large eyes, long eyelashes, thin body frame, and short hair. She changed the modeling industry’s beauty ideal from curvy to thin. Twiggy hated the way she looked, but those flaws turned her into an international model, fashion icon and British "It" Girl.

Check out Promod’s latest collection inspired by the 60’s fashion icon, Twiggy!

Inspired by Twiggy's iconic looks, mod is back as international brand PROMOD recently launched its new fall collection. Bright colour blocks, graphic prints and colourful abstract geometric patterns, teeny minis, pleats, peter pan collars, swing coats and capes - now is the right time to inject the 60's vibe into your wardrobe.

SWING OUT SISTER. This graphic-printed short dress with low-slung belt and pleated skirt gets you swingin'!

WEATHER GIRL. Show your brighter side even if out in the cold with this orange double-breasted coat.

FASHION REWIND. Add retro appeal into your wardrobe by donning this mod-inspired jacket.

COLOR CODING. A colour-blocked mini looks more fashion-forward with tall boots.

MOD, MOD WORLD. A textured, patterned mini skirt will surely have eyes turning on you.

BUTTONS UP. Put your A-game with an A-line skirt with button appliques.

Visit PROMOD branches at SM Megamall, SM Southmall, Robinsons Place Manila, Gateway Mall, SM Cebu, Ayala Center Cebu & Abreeza Davao. For more info, go to or like their Facebook page (Promod Philippines).

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