1950s bikini models
Hide Caption 17 of 25 Photos: Because of the rising popularity of two-piece bathing suits, laws started to become more relaxed and less strict. The swimsuit is now so ubiquitous—and comparatively so demure—that it's hard to comprehend how shocking people once found it. Who, exactly, should wear the bikini? Keeping in line with the ultra-feminine look dominated by Dior , it evolved into a dress with cinched waists and constructed bustlines, accessorized with earrings, bracelets, hats, scarves, sunglasses, hand bags and cover-ups. Hide Caption 16 of 25 Photos:
History of the bikini
Film historian Bruce Goldstein described her clothes in the first film as "It's a loincloth open up the side. The film " Man with a Movie Camera " shows Russian women wearing early two-piece swimsuits which expose their midriff, and a few who are topless. They found them so shocking that for long periods the secret chamber was opened only to "mature persons of secure morals". The bathing gown in the 18th century was a loose ankle-length full-sleeve chemise -type gown made of wool or flannel, so that modesty or decency was not threatened. Hanfmann the bikini girls made the learned observers realize "how modern the ancients were". Some activities depicted have been described as dancing,  as their bodies resemble dancers rather than athletes. He also initiated a bold ad campaign that told the public a two-piece swimsuit was not a genuine bikini "unless it could be pulled through a wedding ring.
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Tropez beaches rolling up the edges of their swimsuits to get a better tan  and was inspired to produce a more minimal design. Swimming or outdoor bathing were discouraged in the Christian West and there was little need for a bathing or swimming costume till the 18th century. Ovid , the writer ranked alongside Virgil and Horace as one of the three canonical poets of Latin literature , suggests the breastband or long strip of cloth wrapped around the breasts and tucked in the ends, is a good place to hide love-letters. What made the Moonlight Buoy distinctive was a large cork buckle attached to the bottoms, which made it possible to tie the top to the cork buckle and splash around au naturel while keeping both parts of the suit afloat.
Description: In , General Franco agreed and the town became a popular tourist destination. Only women in the vanguard, mostly upper-class European women embraced it. The bikinis were outlawed and evening gowns introduced instead. Some activities depicted have been described as dancing,  as their bodies resemble dancers rather than athletes.
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