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Audrey Hepburn and Cat("poor slob without a name") in Breakfast at Tiffany's (1961) - via a dame like me #trumancapote

Audrey Hepburn's cat ('poor slob without a name.') 'Breakfast at Tiffany's.' - Orangey, a male marmalade tabby cat, was an animal actor owned and trained by the cinematic animal handler Frank Inn.

1969 Pepsi advertisement, illustrated by John Alcorn.

1969 Pepsi advertisement, illustrated by John Alcorn. Even companies like, Pepsi took to the art movement to sell their products. This ad is pure art as it shows a sense of individuality.

1960s Hippie Fashion - 1960s Fashion Photo (33252481) - Fanpop ...500 x 667 | 385.5KB | www.fanpop.com

Hippie fashion represented the ideals of the hippie culture- rebelling against consumerism- and clothes were often either handmade…