Looking at the autumn/winter catwalks, the '70s are making a comeback. A revival wave has overwhelmed the female wardrobe at the rhythm of disco music. For three years, from 1977 to 1980, New York and the world watched amazed to what was happening within the walls of the legendary Studio 54, between leather sofas and baroque decorations, mirrored balls and strobe lights. A dance floor that changed fashion and society entering the myth, a stage on which the most famous artists and singers, writers and actresses, starlets and models performed every night.
Referencing the adventurous evenings in the most famous nightclub of the world and the wonderful outfits of night’s creatures such as Bianca Jagger and Jerry Hall, Liza Minnelli and Grace Jones, the winter fashion is all a sparkle of sequins, glitter and laminated fabrics, is the triumph of excess, luxurious fabrics and furs and daring combinations of colors and accessories. From Emilio Pucci to Missoni, Alice+Olivia and Dolce & Gabbana, from Giuseppe Zanotti to Diane Von Furstenberg and Roberto Cavalli, all the trendiest designer’s collections have some reference to disco music and the ‘70s fashion. From their catwalks, the only password is excess and there is only one motto: life can be the greatest party!
These outfits are perfect for an evening, but with a pinch of audacity, who could say that the disco look is not appropriate for all hours of the day?
Short hair, big eyes and the innocent look of a doll, with her voice and her joy of life, Liza Minnelli was one of the more zealous guests on the dance floor of Studio 54. For a lively and bold look, the miniskirt is perfect, especially if worn with high mirrored sandals, a bright shirt and the glamorous touch of animal print.
Faux fur short coat by Stella Mccartney, Sequined silk shirt by Emilio Pucci, Metallic A-line mini skirt by M Missoni, Metropolis Bandoliera crossbody by Furla, Electra satin sandals by Charlotte Olympia.
An icon of style become famous as wife of Mick Jagger. Unforgettable the legendary birthday celebrated at Studio 54, with her triumphant entrance riding a white horse. Inspired by her beauty and casual elegance, this glittering and sophisticated look is a harmonious mix of excess and glamour, in full Seventies style.
Faux fur double breasted jacket by Michael Kors, Violeta blouse by Alice+Olivia, Lace flared pants by Gucci, Love Power fringed bucket bag by Diane Von Furstenberg, Glittered fluffy Mary Jane by Dolce & Gabbana.
One of the first supermodels, enchanted Mick Jagger and became his wife. Jerry Hall was immortalized by the most famous fashion photographers, and her evening looks are really iconic. Inspired by her cool beauty, here is a stunning outfit for a night of extreme luxury and sensuality.
Leather and fur jacket by Yves Salomon, Evelina open back detailed dress by Diane Von Furstenberg, 'Dragons' black and gold bangle by Roberto Cavalli, Exotic patch cross body bag by Roberto Cavalli, Cruel patent leather sandals by Giuseppe Zanotti.