MYTHICAL BEACHES OF THE SIXTIES: THE NEVER ENDING SUMMER
A symbol of sensuality and freedom
In the 60s, beaches were the places where glamour met the dolce vita and symbolized sensuality and freedom. Seaside living became a lifestyle when the rest of the world was dealing with the cold war, a man was setting foot on the moon, the flower power was the craze and everybody proclaimed the motto “Born to be Wild”.
From Copacabana to Saint-Tropez, passing by Capri, Malibu and Daytona Beach, the “places-to-be” had all the same denominator: bursts of energy, youth and tanned bodies.
- DAYTONA (USA)
- CAPRI (ITALY)
- SAINT-TROPEZ (FRANCE)
- COPACABANA (BRAZIL)
- MALIBU (USA)