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The 70s Style

17/11/2018

The 70s had a great impact especially when referring to music and fashion. The hippies were among the group of people who decided to make revolution and stand for themselves. They had a particular way of living, which was far away from the rules of society. They behaved differently and also dressed in a different way.

The 70s fashion was all about layers and vibrant colors, but with the domination of minimalism, there is still room for the 70s style, which is nowadays presented in a modern and unique way. The fluffy 70s is the latest fall/winter 2018 trend that had a huge impact during fashion week. Several brands, besides the typical 70s style of Missoni and Chloé, presented their modern version of the 70s hippies, on the runway.

If you think like belonging to the seventies, then you need to pay close attention to the true style icons of the 70s, like Catherine Deneuve, Jane Birkin, Twiggy, Bianca Jagger, Diane Von Furstenberg, etc. Fans and paparazzi used to follow these ladies everywhere and their sense of style was coveted by so many young girls and women, who considered them as true role models.

Catherine Deneuve

 

Debbie Harry

 

Jane Birkin

 

Twiggy

 

 

Bianca Jagger

 

Diane and Egon Von Furstenberg

 

Even today, with the help of high-fashion designers, you can dress like your favorite icons from the 70s. We have to admit that even by watching Mama Mia!Here We Go Again, we started dreaming about the denim dresses, overalls, peasant dresses, suede skirts and trousers, jumpsuits, platform shoes, gladiator sandals, wrap dresses, crochets, etc. As you can see, the 70s style is filled with so many pieces you can choose from to create the perfect look.

See below the presence of the 70s style during the presentation of the fall/winter 2018 collections.

Alice + Olivia

 

Chloe

 

 

Christian Dior

 

Coach 1941

 

David Koma

 

Hermes

 

Michael Kors

 

Missoni

 

Proenza Schouler

 

Tod’s

 

Louis Vuitton

 

Marco de Vincenzo

 

Miu Miu

 

Roksanda

 

 

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