Before it was a perfect future, it was a revolutionary present. And now it is an emblematic past, but never dated. Because the past does not erase the traces of creativity that forever changed the contours of an era, of an industry, of aesthetics. When Richard Avedon and Diana Vreeland imagined the editorial Two Girls in Paris: The Twig and the Tree, for Vogue, in 1968, bringing together two of the most iconic faces of Fashion at the time, Twiggy and Penelope Tree, they did not imagine that they were starring in a (r)evolution, but they knew that they were dedicating all their artistic effort to impact not only the pages of a magazine, but the pages of the History of Fashion. They played with shapes that broke barriers and colors that defied the norms to escape everything that was there before and create a new style language that would take the center stage. Today, these sixties spirits, almost sixty years later, inspire a new approach. With a new layer of dream. And creativity.
*Originally published in The Creativity Issue of Vogue Portugal, from march 2021.
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