Left to Right: Bottega Veneta, Dior, Fendi, Gucci and Bottega Veneta Fall 2020

Your new season style selections that show the seventies are here to stay

Fashion designers’ eighties fixation had the briefest of moments and their fickle flirtation with the nineties is waning but their relationship with the seventies is best described as an enduring love affair. The decade that gave us Twiggy, Veruschka, Bianca Jagger and Jackie O is a bottomless goldmine of extravagant detailing, exaggerated silhouettes and bold colours for today’s leading luxury labels. 

Twiggy and Veruschka
Bianca Jagger and Jackie O

Victoria Beckham’s latest collections tap into the diverse decade’s celebration of the career superwoman, while other labels such as Balmain and Yves Saint Laurent, move to the disco beat that pounded through Studio 54.

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Whether you’re inspired by Jane Fonda in Klute, Diana Ross in Mahogany or Catherine Deneuve in everything, here is how to embrace the decade that fashion refuses to forget.

Victoria Beckham Spring/Summer 2020
Dior Fall 2020 and Bottega Veneta Fall 2020
The tote bag from Gucci, The skirt from Louis Vuitton, The Stuart Weitzman heel from Scarpa, The polo from Georgia Alice and the evening dress from Dior
The Manning Cartell day dress from Superette, The Victoria Beckham sunglasses from Parker & Co., The Ganni T-Shirt from Workshop, The sneakers from Prada and the Yves Saint Laurent cocktail dress from Net-a-porter
The fluffy jacket from Karen Walker and the blouse from Dadelszen


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