What do you get when you mix pop royalty with one of the most highly anticipated collections of the year? A fabulous Stefani-Saint Laurent Paris collab! Although Slimane’s maiden collection was met with mixed reviews, no one can deny that this fierce blonde brings a youthful coolness to the 1970′s inspired separates.
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Ruffles, shearling, chiffon, and floating models, Rachel Zoe’s Resort 2013 video is the stuff of dreams! Season after season, Zoe continues to stay true to her 1970′s vibe and we’re not complaining! The floral gown in the olive tones with ruffled tiers is our fav. Are you coveting any of the collection?
Solange’s new video for “Losing You” has quickly become a TWWW fav! Maybe its the catchy rhythm or the breezy vocals, but we’re in love! Which is odd to say, as it’s a break-up song, but it’s the happiest, dance-inducing break-up song we’ve ever heard! The video, styled by Ty Hunter (also the stylist to Solange’s big sis Beyoncé) showcased the singer’s signature Afro-cool point of view with separates and suiting from Opening Ceremony, J. Crew and Kenzo.
Also featured were the Les Sapeurs of the Society of Tastemakers and Elegant People- gentlemen of the Congo who’s fabulous style reference French dandies. Italian photographer Daniele Tamagni who documented the subculture in his book Gentlemen of Bacongo was on set for the video to offer guidance. Check out the video and tell us what you think!
Beloved bohemian Nicole Richie pleased her fans and fashion followers when she announced that she would be designing a line for Macy’s. The full line has hit Macys.com and she did not disappoint! As expected, she remained true to her 1970′s aesthetic with her use of vibrant graphic prints and flowy fabrics. We were happy to see that she kept the entire spectrum of Macy’s customers in mind by including minimalist chic options reminiscent of the 1990′s. Somehow the sleek leather- sleeved tee is right at home alongside her printed chiffon maxi skirts.
The capsule collection is affordably priced, ranging from $49 to $149. Shop the 25-piece collection when it debuts September 12th!
The 1960′s and 1970′s were a Golden Age in traveling. So it’s only natural that when Banana Republic was commissioned to redesign the uniforms for flight attendants they referenced vintage silhouettes. Pencil skirts, feminine blouses, and cardigans were all a part of the new in-flight wardrobe.
Looking for travel-friendly vintage? We recommend 1970′s dresses and jumpsuits in jersey, they’re super comfortable for long flights and wrinkle free! Stop by The Way We Wore boutique and shop our 1970′s dresses and separates- and leave the sweat pants and Uggs on the ground!
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