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Why we love the '70s fashion trend at MFW Spring 2015

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Why we love the '70s fashion trend at MFW Spring 2015

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Why we love the '70s trend at MFW Spring 2015

The ‘70s trend at MFW Spring 2015: Gucci

Response to the return of the part-pant, part-skirt ‘70s staple is fittingly quite divided. These culottes from Gucci also reference that decade’s love affair with suede and grommets. GALLERY: Best street style at MFW Spring 2015

By: Noreen Flanagan Source: Imaxtree.com Credits: ELLECanada.com

Why we love the '70s trend at MFW Spring 2015

The ‘70s trend at MFW Spring 2015: Roberto Cavalli

Roberto Cavalli is the king of floating chiffon maxi dresses and billowing skirts, but his floral overalls brought a modern boho twist to the collection. GALLERY: The top trends from LFW Spring 2015

By: Noreen Flanagan Source: Imaxtree.com Credits: ELLECanada.com

Why we love the '70s trend at MFW Spring 2015

The ‘70s trend at MFW Spring 2015: Missoni

Angela Missoni took palazzo pants and turbans—both '70s staples —and created a look that is both sensual and effortlessly chic. GALLERY: The top trends from NYFW Spring 2015

By: Noreen Flanagan Source: Imaxtree.com Credits: ELLECanada.com

Why we love the '70s trend at MFW Spring 2015

The ‘70s trend at MFW Spring 2015: Emilio Pucci

Pucci designer, Peter Dundas, brings a refinement to crochet that elevates it to hippie haute. Made from silken threads and accented with sparkling jewel-encrusted beads, it’s a refreshingly modern take on the ‘70s. GALLERY: Designer accessories under $300 to buy online

By: Noreen Flanagan Source: Imaxtree.com Credits: ELLECanada.com

Why we love the '70s trend at MFW Spring 2015

The ‘70s trend at MFW Spring 2015: Emilio Pucci

Maxi dress + tie dye + catwalk icon, Naomi Campbell = ’70s fashion trifecta. The maxi—and all its fabulously forgiving qualities—is one trend that’s hard to resist. GALLERY: 10 dresses every woman should own

By: Noreen Flanagan Source: Imaxtree.com Credits: ELLECanada.com

Why we love the '70s trend at MFW Spring 2015

The ‘70s trend at MFW Spring 2015: Alberta Ferretti

Can’t you see Joni Mitchell walking through Yorkville in days past in this fringed poncho from Alberta Ferretti? Talk about the fashion “Circle Game.” “And the seasons they go round and round…” GALLERY: What our editors are wearing to Fashion Week

By: Noreen Flanagan Source: Imaxtree.com Credits: ELLECanada.com

Why we love the '70s trend at MFW Spring 2015

The ‘70s trend at MFW Spring 2015: Etro

Any look from Etro this season would be on trend with this ‘70s revival. Fringes: check. Ponchos: check. Peasant blouses: check. Maxi dresses: check. Finally—Native American references, including graphic element and moccasin boots: check! GALLERY: 10 bags every woman should own

By: Noreen Flanagan Source: Imaxtree.com Credits: ELLECanada.com

Why we love the '70s trend at MFW Spring 2015

The ‘70s trend at MFW Spring 2015: Etro

This delicately faded blue poncho from Etro looks like it’s been weathered and worn by a bohemian desert dweller. MUST-READ: How to build your dream closet

By: Noreen Flanagan Source: Imaxtree.com Credits: ELLECanada.com

Why we love the '70s trend at MFW Spring 2015

The ‘70s trend at MFW Spring 2015: Prada

The puffy peasant skirt paired with patchwork platform boots from Prada takes the ‘70s vibe and gives it an arch sartorial makeover. GALLERY: 10 fashion designers to know for Spring 2015

By: Noreen Flanagan Source: Imaxtree.om Credits: ELLECanada.com

Why we love the '70s trend at MFW Spring 2015

The ‘70s trend at MFW Spring 2015: CoSTUME NATIONAL

This suede jacket from CoSTUME NATIONAL gets a lush modern upgrade with this chocolate brown shade and whimsical laced up Robin Hood neckline. MUST-READ: Everything you need to know about MFW Spring 2015

By: Noreen Flanagan Source: Imaxtree.om Credits: ELLECanada.com
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Why we love the '70s fashion trend at MFW Spring 2015