Miniskirts and bowl-cuts were height of fashion when Johnson visited Malaysia


PETALING JAYA: When US President Lyndon B. Johnson visited Malaysia in 1966, miniskirts and bowl-cuts were the height of fashion ala the swinging 60s.

The Beatles and Nancy Sinatra ruled the airwaves with hits such as Paperback Writer and These Boots Are Made For Walkin.

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