STYLE IT OUT

THE NEW SEVENTIES

Prepare to step into ‘70s style this spring. Designers like Miuccia Prada, Stella McCartney and Victoria Beckham rode the wave of nostalgia by presenting signature suiting, sharp-collared jackets and flared denim down the runway. This season,1970’s fashion is made much more wearable in tactile fabrications and easy silhouettes. Shot in a contemporary design gallery, we showcase the retro trend like a piece of art – amongst 20th century objects and furniture – to inspire a Seventies style shakeup for modern women. Keep scrolling to see how the decade du jour should be styled in spring/summer 2020.

Photographed by Daisy Walker.

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Missoni’s signature knit dress gets a graphic re-work, turning it into wearable art.

Dress, Missoni.

Soften the impact of wallpaper florals like these Prada pants with a plain-colored blouse and chunky sandals. 

Shirt, Philosophy di Lorenzo Serafini. Pants, Prada. Sandals, Stella McCartney.

A fringed vest offers endless possibilities: Wear over a mini dress and flares, a t-shirt and jeans or with your favorite frock…

Dress, Missoni. Vest, Chloé. Jeans, Stella McCartney. Shoes, 3.1 Phillip Lim. Bag, HEREU.

Opt for accessories with a modern appeal like square-toe flats and oversized sunglasses with minimal details.

Dress, Stella McCartney. Shoes, Victoria Beckham. Sunglasses, Gucci.

Make the most of high-rise trousers by tucking in a slim-fit knit for that long, lean silhouette.

Top, Missoni. Pants, Ellery. Rings, Oscar de la Renta.

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Follow suit: add a little retro flair to tailoring by combining rich, bold hues.

Blazer, Dries van Noten. Shirt, Equipment. Rings, Oscar de la Renta.

Flared denim gets an androgynous rock ‘n’ roll vibe with a sharp, exaggerated-collar shirt.

Blazer, Stella McCartney. Top, Tibi. Jeans, RE/DONE. Shoes, Marc Jacobs. Tie, REDValentino.

Master the trend in three easy pieces: a slouchy cardi, a prim-collared knit and A-line denim skirt.

Blazer, Missoni. Top, REDValentino. Skirt, Philosophy di Lorenzo Serafini.

Art directed by: Liz Muller / Styled by: Bree Macara / Produced by: Bella Robinson and Clio Cooper / Assisted by: Joey Ebbutt / Hair by: Maarit Niemela / Makeup by: Florrie White / Model: Kinga Rajzak @ Titanium.