THE SUPER BOWL OF 1967 WASN’T THE ONLY GREAT THING TO COME OUT OF THE SIXTIES
February 8, 2021 Posted by Vicky Tiel
I WILL PROCLAIM AS I DO ON HSN TV WHILE SELLING MY PERFUME
“1964”, THÉ YEAR I WENT TO PARIS, THAT THE SIXTIES CHANGED THE PLANET.
Women’s Rights and the Margaret Sanger Birth Control Pill 1960
American Bandstand dancing 1960
First TV with a large screen 1961
Maris and Mantle home run war 1961
Thé Beatles 1964
Martin Luther King and Selma Alabama 1965 Racial Equality
Thé Mini Skirt 1964 and Lace Pantyhose and Go Go Boots and The Wrap Dress
Man on the Moon 1969
I TELL EVERYONE THAT I CAN TO FOLLOW YOUR DREAMS. The sixties were the time on PLANET EARTH for a shakeup. We were ready to leave earth and in 1969 we did. But before what led up to this Planet Shake Up was the desire by humans to say
YEAH YEAH YEAH…YE YE in Paris. Yes to all CHANGES of how we think and how we dress and how we live.
The song “Changes” was written by Phil Ochs and made famous by Neil Young
and it is my life motto. We must accept all the changes in life and always be happy. We must live to help other people and spread the love. We were all called HIPPIES, especially in The Village where I worked in the Cafe Wha passing the hat for folk singers while going to Parson’s Fashion School. God bless the 60’s.
My turquoise dress with slit sleeves is my original MINI dress made in MIA VICKY PARIS IN 1969. I’ve worn it for fifty years. The hot pink pantyhose are from Paris Ères boutique. My necklace is a silver sculpture by MIA FONSSAGRIVES SOLOW worn on black leather strap. My gold star vintage belt and the multi bangles are from antique shops in my Florida hometown. My pink beaded tennis shoes are from Wal Mart. The round grey leather bag is my mother’s from the 70s, Garfinkel’s in Wash DC.