The Invasion did not influence only the music, but also fashion, movie and TV industry, and even the way of talking and behaving.

  • Film and TV Industry– Titles like A Hard Day’s Night, Mary Poppins, My Fair Lady, James Bond; names like Sean Connery, Julie Andrews, and Audrey Hepburn are the names that are familiar to everyone even to this day, and they have been famous worldwide, and this is just the tip of the iceberg of the names and titles produced in Britain. During the Invasion, it wasn’t uncommon for TV channels to cancel the local national shows and replace them with popular British shows.
  • Fashion– It is not uncommon for designers and fans to take inspiration from influential people of the time. During the Invasion, England was proclaimed the capital of fashion. The uniformity of the Beatles’ appearance, trends like mini skirts from ‘Swinging London’ and the general Twiggy style were the most loved. The fact that these styles are still remembered to this day and worn by a significant subgroup says enough about the big influence Britain had on the fashion of the time. This opened the door to American bands to start dressing in a more modern way, which would result in the hippie fashion.