The Illustrated Encyclopedia of Androgyny

Killah is a line of clothing introduced by the fashion firm Miss Sixty, founded by creative director Wichy Hassan. As the name implies, Miss Sixty derives inspiration from counterculture movements of the late 1950's and early 1960's including the Beatnik and Psychedelic eras. This ensemble incorporates minimal makeup and grooming in keeping with the au naturelle aura of the hippie movement. The worker style jeans with dangling suspenders recalls depression era working class men's clothing.

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