Runways Speak and Low-Cost Statement: Return The Seventies

by | May 29, 2017

The seventies style It was one of the most powerful of the great designers for this spring-summer 2015 and the thing has not only been on the runways. The signatures of mass market have also yielded the spirit of Woodstock that will permeate your lookbooks for this new season.

Suede and skin, fringe, woven cowboy, high-waisted trousers, gauzy flirty, floral print… There is no no seventies trend that is left without its replica on the runways this spring-summer 2015 and could be counted on the fingers of one hand designers that is they have not opted for this decade that promises to rethink your entire wardrobe. Normcore? What normcore?

And is that fashion could not keep living in this constant monochromatism which was the normcore, with its black and white, oversize clothing, his attempt to pass unnoticed… and in addition there is to sell, that this is an industry! Why catalogs of all firms low-cost have put the batteries, so you contagies you of the seventies spirit and forget, even slightly, in the 1990s.

Where clearer is the bet by the seventy is Zara Woman campaign, a few snapshots that were announced a few days ago and which could well form part of the campaign 2015 Chloe’s spring-summer. The classic floral print of the boho style, suede garments denim… the trends that we see in Inditex proposals are the same that I have seen on the catwalk.

But Zara is not the only one. Topshop hand face Delevingne also committed in some looks of your latest catalogue by the seventies trend and the same happens with Forever 21, his collection Retro Redux which engaged this decade or Mango the other signature low-cost putting meats on the grill by the 1970s.

Have it more than clear, this summer will dance to the rhythm of The Eagles, Queen or the Bee Gees.