Looks from Chloe, Emilio Pucci, Dries Van Noten, Gucci, Balmain, Derek Lam, Valentino, Tom Ford Spring/Summer 2016
The 1970’s, and its rather vibrant spirit, was the overall feeling of Spring-Summer 2015. From Tom Ford’s gorgeous, retro tailoring to Pucci’s haute hippie evening wear, this trend was spun in every direction for a variety of fresh takes. However, you don’t have to be a literal lady of the canyon to bring this trend from the runway to the street. For day: understated hits of 70’s icons like structured suede coats, fringe accented cross- bodies, or tailored denim flares keep the look updated and clean. For evening: consider billowing maxis in a rainbow of vibrant hues and Studio 54 ready jumpsuits your new go-tos. If going all out scares you, try something as simple as a psychedelic print scarf over a blazer and skinnies. This trend is all about the nonchalant attitude, so look for effortless pieces that easily transition between ensembles. A bohemian throwback to the 1970’s will get you through scorching temps with style and grace.