It’s a revolution in an ever-changing world. The 1960s can at times be hard to understand, but can also be very intimate and soft. We were independent in a way we had never experienced before and maybe that is because we lost a lot and we loved a lot — and through the love we drove on and made it through…
The 1963 Lincoln Continental (a car often associated with JFK) was like a finely-tailored Italian suit; its elegant simplicity set the tone for a whole generation—they explored a more minimalistic way of living. The ’60s weren’t a decade of excess, they were a decade of young people finally having a voice in shaping their country.
It is with great honor Lincoln asked us to capture the romance of time through a series of Cinemagraphs with their classic cars so that we may all keep the memory of love going at any speed.
1963 Lincoln Continental / Styling: Kelly Framel / Creative Direction: Maury Postal / Makeup: Porsche Cooper / Hair: Francis Anthony Rodriguez / Sierra wears: custom flower crown; earrings by Eddera; diamond moon necklace, stone necklace, and rings by Jessie Lane; metal spike necklace by Biko, cuff by La Petite Princesse; vintage vest and dress from Early Halloween, True Religion jeans