In Nissim Ezekiel 's one act Indian English moral play The Song of Deprivation , the protagonist becomes a "different woman altogether" as she takes off her bikini and gets into a sari. Retrieved September 19, In other projects Wikimedia Commons. Accessed 3 October Schlup, Historical Dictionary of the s , page 50, M. The fitness boom of the s led to one of the biggest leaps in the evolution of the bikini. The swimsuit round was dropped because of Islamist protests in Bali , Indonesia, where the contest took place.
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Archived from the original on June 27, Retrieved 9 April Similar photographs were taken of Anita Ekberg and Sophia Loren , among others. By the time the film was released in the United States in it was re-titled Manina, the Girl in the Bikini. It wasn't so much like lingerie anymore.
Despite the garment's initial success in France, women worldwide continued to wear traditional one-piece swimsuits. No , wore a white bikini , which became known as the " Dr. Men's bikini briefs can be low- or high-side that are usually lower than true waist, often at hips, and usually have no access pouch or flap, legs bands at tops of thighs. From Abba to Zoom: It can refer to virtually any undergarment that provides less coverage to the midriff than lingerie , panties or knickers,  especially suited to clothing such as crop tops.
Bikini Story first ed. The James Bond Phenomenon: By the end of the century, the bikini went on to become the most popular beachwear around the globe, according to French fashion historian Olivier Saillard due to "the power of women, and not the power of fashion". According to The Guardian , Bardot's photographs in particular turned Saint-Tropez into the beachwear capital of the world,  with Bardot identified as the original Cannes bathing beauty. Archived from the original on May 22, During the summer of , the band The Frumpies was formed by Karren, Wilcox, Vail, and Molly Neuman of Bratmobile , and toured as late as the early s along with a similar Italian punk rock band Dada Swing. A History , page 38, Columbia University Press.