January 26th, 2015
In Vogue Paris

‘Manhattan Transfer’

Vogue Paris You’d have to be living under a rock to not know that ’70s-style has come roaring back. I’m not complaining because it’s one of the best fashion eras to mine for inspiration. This story, from the February issue of Vogue Paris, is a good example of how to wear all the suede, trenches, and silver jewelry that are so popular now. The Native American Indian pieces are particularly good. I’m going to raid my mother’s jewelry box, again.

Vogue Paris

Vogue Paris

Vogue Paris

Vogue Paris

Vogue Paris

Vogue Paris

Vogue Paris

Photography by Lachlan Bailey   Styling by Géraldine Saglio


what's new


Cross3 leather cross-body bag


Double-breasted wool-twill coat


Oversized alpaca and wool-blend sweater


Alpaca and wool-blend midi skirt




Hooded wool-blend duffle coat


Jamie alpaca-blend cardigan


Vanessa high-rise slim-leg jeans


Pascalare 70mm boot black suede


Bansha Fair Isle wool sweater


Chunky large hoops


High neck sweater in double face Shetland cashmere

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  • Good thing I saved a lot of my 70s stuff!

    joannawnycJanuary 26th, 2015  7:36 AM

  • Evidently I do live under a rock, just sold a beautiful concha belt, and gave my daughter the rest of my American Indian jewelry. Hmmmm….no wonder she wanted it.

    KathyJanuary 26th, 2015  9:47 AM

  • The 70s are so your style !! Love the styling here, very modern, and not too ‘cliché’ !


    carolineJanuary 26th, 2015  12:46 PM

  • I’m definitely getting a Klute vibe. Love this.

    Julie AnnJanuary 26th, 2015  5:32 PM

  • I like all of it

    That's Not My AgeJanuary 26th, 2015  6:04 PM

  • love it! I love the 70s and Géraldine Saglio is one of my favourite stylists. Hands down!

    AnaJanuary 26th, 2015  6:58 PM

  • If only the 70’s actually looked this good! This is a much better version! : )

    PaulaJanuary 27th, 2015  1:30 AM

  • Native American silver has been a perennial staple in my wardrobe for a very long time – love that it’s “on trend”, again!

    CatJanuary 27th, 2015  7:59 AM

  • Love all these looks! I’m wearing my longest coats this Winter sometimes with A line skirts and knee boots as standard. I would love to add a suede skirt to wear with all my silk shirts going into Spring. For me the 70’s era is a reference point plus the 40’s (mostly for the tailoring) which I think is where it came from anyway.

    SilkPathDiaryJanuary 27th, 2015  8:03 AM

  • Love the 70’s! The brown is a nice change from black and looks more current and I LOVE her hair the shag is great! Reminds me of the Gucci ads!

    Sue TothJanuary 27th, 2015  8:13 AM

  • Agree with Paula! I lived through this era, and this time around it is a much more polished, edited look. I also noticed all the brown–earth tones were very popular then. So glad, because black can look harsh as we age.

    pindaJanuary 27th, 2015  6:31 PM


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