THE SEVENTIES ARE HERE TO STAY! FURRY COATS CELEBRATE A REVIVAL AND BELL-BOTTOMS ARE PART OF ALMOST EVERY COLLECTION.
After letting off steam for their imaginative spring/summer shows the designers tend to reassure for pre-fall. Most of them opt for slightly commercial collections and put emphasis on timeless pieces. Brands like Alexander McQueen and Acne Studios warm up for cozy coats and heavy knits. Sophisticated tweeds are with Chanel and Louis Vuitton. Shearling is on a rise with Chloé and Stella McCartney. Distinct boho vibes run through the collections and prove that the 70s are still a thing. Taken together, the designers come across with refreshingly laid-back and down-to-earth looks, reminiscent to the hippie era. Find out about the most significant trends of the season.
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LET'S TALK 70'S!
After years of 60s, 80s and 90s revivals
the flower power era is called back and presents itself in full splendour.
Louis Vuitton provides us with corduroy coats,
Stella McCartney joins in
with ruffled dresses and Chloé is in love with flares.
And there is more to say…
It’s time to make a fuzz. Cuddly shearling and furry
fabrics take centre stage for pre-fall.
Almost every designer is cozying up to voluminous fur or faux one.
Comfortably warm and snuggled up
the cold season can come.
Balmain, The Row and Stella McCartney
come up with a modern take on 70s trousers.
like chiffon, denim or pleated fabric give fresh impetus to the flared ones.
Reinvent your style and favour those
newly made bell-bottoms.