Lisa Perry Brings ’60s Mod Fashion To Modern Age — Bathe in Rich Colors and Classic Silhouettes

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To this day, I still can’t begin to understand the complexity of ’60s fashion.

The silhouettes of the clothes are pretty simple, to be sure, and they’re nothing as garish as the styles of the ’90s or as avant-garde as what we see on the runway these days, but you can bet that there is a cornucopia of bold prints and even bolder colors everywhere, which make this decade one of the most memorable one in the history of fashion.

In 1985, she married Richard Cayne Perry in Manhattan. He’s a wealthy American hedge fund manager with an estimated net worth in excess of $1.2 billion.

Fashion designer Lisa Perry is married to Richard Cayne Perry, an American hedge fund managerFashion designer Lisa Perry is married to Richard Cayne Perry, an American hedge fund manager

If there’s one thing that is to be said about the ’60s mod fashion, it’s that it’s never boring. From the big beehive hairstyle to the huge sunnies and from the eclectic geometric prints to color blocking, this era understands fun like no other era does.

Lisa Perry pays tribute to the luring charm of the 1960s by bringing forth a collection of stunningly vibrant dresses. Feast your eyes on these finds:

1. Lisa Perry L Dress, $795

Lisa Perry L Dress

2. Lisa Perry Moonstone Dress, $795

Lisa Perry Moonstone Dress

3. Lisa Perry Sleeveless Chevron Dress, $795

Lisa Perry Sleeveless Chevron Dress

4. Lisa Perry Leather Peek-a-Boo Dress, $1,590

Lisa Perry Leather Peek-A-Boo Dress

5. Lisa Perry Galactica Dress, $795

Lisa Perry Galactica Dress

Be the ultimate retro girl in these dresses! It’s as good a time as any to inject more colors into your wardrobe.

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