I’m a huge fan of ’70s fashion—the era created a host of trends that still stand up today, whether you realize they’re from that time or not. Think of our current obsession with bright over-the-knee boots, folk-inspired printed dresses, velvet, and corduroy, boho blouses, midi skirts, and so on. While the ’70s sweeps over the runways every couple of seasons, there’s always still a hint of it on the streets if you look closely.
Think of the iconic designer names that were indelibly marked into history during this decade, like Yves Saint Laurent, Karl Lagerfeld, and Diane von Furstenburg. It was also a period where mass-market, trend-driven fashion was also more readily available. Barbara Hulanicki’s Biba kick-started the idea in London a decade earlier, alongside boutiques like Bus Stop, and cool, connected girls were able to switch up their looks more readily, which likely led to the 1001 aesthetics and key pieces that came out of this electric time.