I'm a big fan of 70s fashion – the era has spawned a variety of trends that persist to this day, whether or not they came from that time. Think of our current obsession with bright over the knee boots, man-inspired printed dresses, velvet and corduroy, boho blouses, midi skirts and so on. While the 70s run every few seasons on the runways, there is still a hint on the roads if you look closely.
Think of the legendary designer names that have gone down indelibly in history this decade. like Yves Saint Laurent, Karl Lagerfeld and Diane von Furstenburg. It was also a time when trend-oriented fashion was more readily available to the mass market. Barbara Hulanickis Biba launched the idea in London a decade earlier, along with boutiques like Bus Stop, and cool, networked girls were able to change their looks more easily, which probably led to the 1001 aesthetic and key pieces that resulted from electrical time .