I'm a huge fan of '70s fashion—the era created a host of trends that still stand up today, whether you realise they're from that time or not. Think of our current obsession with bright over-the-knee boots, folk-inspired printed dressesvelvet and corduroyboho blouses, midi skirts and so on. While the '70s sweeps over the runways every couple of seasons, there's always still a hint of it on the streets if you look closely.
Much like the supermodels of the s, the cover girls of the '70s mirrored the changing times. Whether they were breaking down barriers or just shaking things up, each girl left her own footprint on the industry. From Janice "the first supermodel" Dickinson, to future Bond babe Grace Jones, we've gathered a list of the legendary icons who set the stage for future supermodels.
When it comes to sexy Halloween costumes, age is just a number! The Hustlers star has donned a spooky skeletal ensemble in and was nearly unrecognizable. Her figure looked so fit in her black gown and fashioned long, leather black gloves with the look.
Deciding on your perfect 70s costume No doubt, the s were a decade filled with some wild and crazy fashions. You can choose to dress like your favorite s personality or just emulate the typical stylings of the decade when you are deciding on your perfect 70s costume for that upcoming Halloween party or costume party. To look like Cher, you just need to don a wig of long, black wig, perhaps with a thin headband across the forehead.
It's official: The '70s have returned and they're inspiring our favorite stars from head-to-toe. Whether it's Kerry Washington's fluffed-out waves, Alexa Chung's ultra-chic suede skirt, or Rihanna traipsing around town with a furry boa slung over her shoulders, the decade's easy glamour is pervasive. Here, our favorite new takes on the vintage trends.
Glory loves 70s TV entertainment and many of these actresses starred in some of the 70s most popular shows and movies. These actresses are some of the most popular from s television whose beauty and talent were showcased in such shows as Charlie's Angels and Dukes of Hazzard, among others as well. Many of their faces also graced the pages of the most popular teen and gossip magazines of the decade.
It was the post-Beatles decade—years of soul and rock and disco and punk. The s was the era that fully embraced the change of the '60s counterculture, a time when artists waged their own protests against wars, social injustice, and the rapidly shifting American Dream. Some of the greatest names in contemporary music reached their zenith in the '70s. Here's what was happening behind the scenes.
Bohemian, hippy style is all the rage on the catwalk this season — but what made this look so influential? Lindsay Baker takes a look. British designer Bella Freud has even named a scentwhich is full of heady overtones of musk and patchouli.
Fashion in the s was about individuality. In the early s, Vogue proclaimed "There are no rules in the fashion game now"  due to overproduction flooding the market with cheap synthetic clothing. Common items included mini skirts, bell-bottoms popularized by hippiesvintage clothing from the s and earlierand the androgynous glam rock and disco styles that introduced platform shoesbright colors, glitter, and satin.