Space Age Fashion-( Louis Feraud, 1968) a reflection of the advancing space program during the 1960s, space age fashion was primarily composed of materials commonly needed for the space station such as velcro, plastic, and vinyl.
In 1964 Andre Courreges launched the ‘space-age’ look. His success was followed by Paco Rabanne’s 1966 interpretation of the futuristic theme. Rabanne created clothing using plastic, metal and even chain mail. This extreme look caught on commercially in the form of chain link belts, heavy metal necklaces and disk like earrings. Pierre Cardin also created his version of the space age look with stylised visored helmet hats and shift dresses.