Hot Seventies

Fashion returns to the past and chooses an incredibly rich decade of changes and different moods: from the desire for peace and freedom of the pacifists, to the lightnessof the rhythms danced in the first discos, to the total rebellion against all constraint that was born with the Punk movement.

The influence of the lines and themes of this period has left its indelible mark on the history of fashion and worldwide catwalks.

Through the creations by brands such as Valentino, Dsquared2, Alberta Ferretti, Emilio Pucci, Alexander McQueen, Philipp Plein and Moschino, the female wardrobe for the new season is enriched with contrasting colors, strong prints, experimental mix and match of graphic patterns.

Here are some suggestions for a dive into the past. Are you ready to let your imagination run?


Hippy’s embrace

In the early seventies, in the wake of the Cultural Revolution and Woodstock, fashion takes inspiration from the world, in a symbolic embrace of brotherhood and peace. To feel really hippy, here is  the outfit that mixes eastern garlands, paisley motifs, ethnic prints, energetic colors and Native Americans fringes.


Fringed leather gilet by Dsquared2, Volcano wool and silk crepe dress by Valentino, Bombay fantasy print silk scarf by Etro, Suede backpack by Alberta Ferretti, Fringebenefit sandals by Stuart Weitzman.


Saturday night fever

Let your body move freely at dizzying beat of disco music, dancing all night long, with only one thought in mind, have fun! This season's fashion is inspired by female icons like Donna Summer and Diana Ross, and the new evening sparkles with sequins and bright colors, feathers and vinyl.


Dyed curly lamb and fox fur coat by Miu Miu, Sequined silk shirt by Emilio Pucci, Knitted pleated mini skirt by Missoni, Shimmering clutch by Paco Rabanne, Matrix Stretch leather boots by Sergio Rossi.


Punk anarchy

Tired of the constraints imposed by society? Unleash the revolutionary spirit that is in you taking inspiration from the Punk subculture, the most anarchic of the cultural and fashion movements. Rip clothes, use safety pins and studs, dare excessive and disordered graphic details while remaining stylish!


Sleeveless fringed sweatshirt by Alexander Mcqueen, Brooklyn cotton T-shirt by Philipp Plein, Jeans with scraping by Love Moschino, Rockstud bracelet by Valentino Garavani, Multicolour collage messenger by Marc Jacobs, Laced-up suede boots by Rick Owens.