by James Kelleher, author of The Lad Book of Gossip and Secrets of the Gossip Machine.
This is the third in a series of essays that will appear each month, exploring the rise and fall of the women’s wear in the 1960s.
The first installment, The Modern Women’s Fashion in the US, covered the fashion of the 1950s, the mid-1960s, and the 1960’s.
The second installment, An Anthropologist Investigates the Rise of the Modern Women, covers the fashion trends of the 1980s and 1990s.
In The Modern Gossip Machines, James Keltner, an anthropologist at the University of California, Santa Cruz, explores the early years of the woman’s clothing business, starting with the era of the mid-’60s.
He explores the impact that the early ’60s fashion industry had on the lives of women and the way they dressed, as well as the changing roles women had in the workplace and society.
The final installment, Gender and the Fashion of the New Gossip, will examine how the fashion industry has changed in the 21st century, with an emphasis on women.
This is the fourth installment in the The Lad Books of Gollop series, which explores the life and times of the gossips.
The series, like its predecessors, is an eclectic look at the life of a gossip writer in the early twentieth century, covering topics like gossip and gossip journalism, gossip magazines, gossip journals, and gossip books.