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SixtiesSeventies Trend Autumn Winter 2014 15 | TENDENCIES

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Published on Sep 7, 2014

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A definitive era for fashion, film and music, the 60s makes a comeback for next winter, reinstating all our favourite swinging styles. It is time to slip into shift dresses and buttoned-up coats as designers revisit the silhouettes made iconic by Brigitte Bardot and Twiggy. Designers also transport us forward into the next decade, for a glimpse of the 70's. Aside from stars, we also find a constellation of 70s motifs appearing on the runway. Flower power reigns supreme, as an explosion of psychedelic patterns inundate our usually sombre winter wardrobes with colours becoming zestier and more fluorescent, channelling a pop-art look.

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