If you want people to pay attention, throwing on a yellow jumpsuit and styling it to the 70s hilt is a good way to go about it. Elle Macpherson helped her new reality TV show, Fashion Star, to hit international headlines when she was papped during filming in this flared mustard silk all-in-one and gold Lara Bohinc necklace.
For the German premiere of her film Just Go With It, Brooklyn Decker managed to achieve the seemingly unachievable – stealing in limelight from co-star Jennifer Aniston. Her secret? A show-stopping, split-leg purple jumpsuit by Max Mara worn, in true 70s style, without a bra.
At the super-starry Christie’s Green Auction in NYC, model Angela Lindvall channelled 70s glamour in this black halterneck gown with silver sequin streaks.
Never one to let a trend pass by untried, The Hills star Olivia Palermo wore this button-down peach Mango maxi dress with a tan belt to a fashion show thrown by the high street label in March.
A classic camel coat teamed with flared jeans, suede boots and a satin shirt is the perfect, subtle take on 70s casual. If we know Katie Holmes – and we think we do, fashion-wise – we’ll bet she’s hiding an on-trend high waistline under there, too.
You’d be forgiven for thinking you’d stepped back in time if you saw Dakota Fanning strolling around LA, like the ultimate 70s ingénue, in her straw trilby, crochet cardigan, denim flares and wooden platforms.
Top-to-toe in new season Chanel, Florence Welch clearly has her finger on the 70s fashion pulse.
Nicole Richie’s penchant for boho makes her a natural 70s fit. This floral cape look, which the TV-star-turned-designer wore to the Jean Paul Gaultier show at Paris Fashion Week in March, is one of our absolute favourite of hers, ever.
Nothing says 70s more than a tiered maxi and tottering platform heels. Kylie Minogue is our go-to girl for sweet summer day looks.
Miranda Kerr’s plunge-front Balenciaga maxi dress hit the 70s nail square on the head – as do her open-toe sandals, suede clutch bag and natural make-up.
You bet that fashion rule-breaker Alexa Chung can pull off a 70s style. There are no floor-scraping hemlines to be seen here, though – instead, Ms Chung makes the trend her own in a sweet, peasant-style smock dress (by Chanel, nonetheless).
Claudia Schiffer is a serial 70s style stalker. Her key pieces of choice? Printed neckerchiefs, embroidered peasant skirts, high-waisted denim flares and bug-eye sunglasses.
Eva Longoria wouldn’t look out of place if she stumbled into Studio 54 circa 1978 in this all-black, silk-and-sequins jumpsuit.
Heidi Klum took on the 70s trend in a tobacco-coloured, high-necked, wide-legged, key-hole cutout jumpsuit – and, sadly, we’re not sure she won.
Gossip Girl Leighton Meester looks a 70s dream in her psychedelic Marc Jacobs dress.
Miley Cyrus channels the indomitable fashion spirit of Stevie Nicks in her fringed, floral shawl. Poptastic!
Fringed sleeves, a cutaway front and a floor-skimming hemline; Shenae Grimes ticks all the 70s revival boxes in her black maxi.
There’s more than a touch of 70s style icon Bianca Jagger about Claire Danes in this sleek Calvin Klein tuxedo dress.
Gucci put one of the season’s strongest 70s showings on the catwalk and Camilla Belle captured the spirit of it perfectly, top-to-toe in the label’s glamorous brights.
Diane Von Furstenberg was one of the original 70s icons – so it’s little wonder that Fergie chose to channel the designer’s style as she attended her autumn/winter 2011 fashion show in New York.
Rose McGowan was boogie-ready at the SAG awards thanks to her hot pink, 70s-inspired plunge-front gown.
Evan Rachel Wood
Evan Rachel Wood scored a serious style hit in this peasant-style Gucci dress and knee-high leather boots on the promo trail for her new film The Conspirator.
How wide can you go? Isabel Lucas took the 70s to the streets when she was papped out and about in these monumental flares.
Vanessa Hudgens demonstrated precisely why the 70s is the era of choice for festival fashionistas in this cute flower power-inspired look at Coachella.
Halterneck? Tick. Print? Tick. All-in-one? Tick. Karen Elson got it right on all fronts at Marc Jacobs’ autumn/winter 2011 show.
With her hair braid, tie-die maxi and glitzy gold cover-up, Paris Hilton made the perfect 70s statement on the streets of LA.
Singer VV Brown looked 70s-tastic in this gold lame maxi dress with contrasting high neck and deep cuffs at the Prince’s Trust Awards.
Never one to let a trend pass her by (though, admittedly, she’s long since been an ‘out’ 70s devotee), Kate Moss rocked this long-sleeved pink maxi dress and sheepskin gilet for lunch at luxe London eatery The Wolseley. We’re giving her a bonus point for that scarf tied onto her handbag, too.
Tess Daly killed two trends with one outfit at the TRIC Awards. Her split-leg MaxMara jumpsuit ticks both the 70s and tangerine boxes.
Night fever! Lindsay Lohan appeared to be channelling a young John Travolta in this pair of high-waisted white flares recently.
Source from: http://www.glamourmagazine.co.uk/fashion/celebrity-fashion/2011/04/celebrities-wearing-70s-fashion-trend#!image-number=1
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