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Exclusive Fashions from the 1960s

In the 60's, Trimingham's and H.A. & E. Smith Ltd often advertised their wares in The Bermudian. Sporting the latest fashions from London, brought straight to Bermuda, both stores were old Bermuda staples and for many, recounting memories of both stores evokes nostalgic joy. Check out our gallery of 60's fashions from both stores below.  

Nature | Our Bermuda

Panic is Routine

This article was written by Park Breck and first appeared in the April 1960 issue of The Bermudian. It has been reproduced for the web with original spelling and photographs.    It was one of those soft, summery Bermuda afternoons th...

Food & Drink | Our Bermuda

The History of Bermuda Onions

Agriculture had never been an important industry for Bermudians until the 1850s. Before then, settlers were simply trying to survive, tending to a modest amount of crops and livestock in order to transform the barren island into a thriving metro...

Our Bermuda

1960’s Fashions

Whether they were chilling out with their friend or with their lover, visitors to Bermuda in the 1960's knew how to exist in style. Check out these 1960's fashions from various issues of that year from The Bermudian.

Nature | Our Bermuda

What in the World are Seabeans?

Bermuda’s shorelines hold a multitude of treasures for those who only look closely. From sand dollars, the skeletons of sea urchins that have turned brittle and white, to mermaid’s purses, the black, wiry, dried egg sacs that used to hold ba...

The Consummate Bermudian

The Dark ‘n Stormy

The Dark ’n Stormy is the inexorable concoction of Bermuda’s British history, a literal fusion of our merchant and naval traditions. That it is today one of only four internationally trademarked cocktails further reflects Bermudians’ entre...