The Beatles Still one of the most famous bands in the world, The Beatles formed in Liverpool in The band, nicknamed The Fab Four, became huge and women everywhere fell in love with them.
Beatles fans Not even with Elvis Presley had the world had seen such fan devotion as the one shown by the Beatles' admirers. Screams, tears and scenes of hysteria were common at the Fab Four's concerts. For decades people were scared to take a shower East Berlin was under the governance of the Soviet Union, and would stay this way until He was the man who invented Pop Art and the modern idea of celebrity, with his '15 Minutes Of Fame' concept.
Just like the Liverpudlian band, the Stones went on to become huge and are still one of the best known and most successful band around, still touring and making records. Twiggy Leslie Hornby, nicknamed Twiggy because of her thin frame, was the most famous model of the 60s. She truly epitomised the era with her willowy frame, Vidal Sassoon's short hair and heavy eye makeup. Skirts were short, clothes were colourful with bold geometrical and flower prints.
This was fashion made for the young and it redefined the way people dressed. Miniskirts Invented by Mary Quant, the miniskirt was a bold fashion statement that was here to stay. They wanted a short hemline and they got it! The Scottish actor starred in 'Dr. No' in and went on to play the famous spy many times.
He wanted to put an end to racism in the United States once and for all. The civil right campaigner believed in non-violence and he became a hugely important figure for those who wanted peace and equality. Sadly Martin Luther King was shot dead in Memphis in Brigitte Bardot Brigitte Bardot was one of the most famous women of her times and a true beauty. The following year they released the duet 'Je T'Aime It's still considered one of the greatest movies of all time.
John Fitzgerald Kennedy was assassinated two years later, in in Dallas, Texas.