Recommended Listening: Jane Birkin/Serge Gainsbourg, "Je T'aime...Moi Non" Jane Birkin/Serge Gainsbourg, The Supremes The Supremes, led by Diana Ross, exemplified the Motown girl group sound.
Recommended Reading: Audrey Hepburn Already mega-famous by the '60s, Audrey Hepburn's most iconic role was probably her 1961 turn in the film adaptation of "Breakfast At Tiffany's" where she basically redefined what it meant to have bangs, and wear a little black dress.Recommended Viewing: "Funny Face" "Breakfast At Tiffany's" "Roman Holiday" Françoise Hardy A painfully shy singer and actress, Hardy's beauty and charms have been immortalized by Bob Dylan, and she's been credited as a muse to Nicolas Ghesquière.Wondering if there are any single seniors in your area? Find out how many single seniors live near you with Senior Singles Near. This easy-to-use list of singles who live near you lets you know who is looking to date and start relationships.Get chatting to seniors in your local area and start going on dates! Me brings dating to your doorstep and allows you to see who is local, single and senior near you. Most people agreed (especially the young men of the era) that this was a very good thing.
We’ve gathered together some of the incredible women who defined the fashion and style of the 60s—including music icons like the Supremes, models (hello, Twiggy), actresses like Jane Birkin and designers—as well as clued you in on some of their best work in order to get to know them better.We will be here until you find that perfect person for you.Privacy: The information you provide will be used by International Limited and/or Dating Limited, Meetic’s group companies (by which we mean Meetic, any parent company of Meetic, and any subsidiaries of Meetic or its parent company), and their service providers located within and outside of the European Union (described herein as, the “Meetic Group”) in order to provide you with access to the Meetic Services.Recommended Viewing: "Sympathy for the Devil," the 1968 documentary about the Rolling Stones which features Pallenberg.Jacqueline Kennedy As First Lady, Jackie Kennedy brought magic to the White House, turning it into a modern-day Camelot.In the years after JFK's death, she reinvented herself as a glamourous jet-setting socialite.