February 14th, 2015
In The WSJ. Magazine

‘That ’70s Show’

WSJ. Magazine

Many of the coolest pieces of the season are in this story from the WSJ. Magazine spring fashion issue. On newsstands today.

Photography by Zoe Ghertner   Styling by Elissa Santisi

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THE ROW

Park small grained-leather shoulder bag

THE ROW

Silvia silk-twill scarf

SAINT LAURENT

Logo-embellished leather loafers

VALENTINO

Crocheted Cotton-Blend Midi Skirt

LACK OF COLOR

Inca straw bucket hat

VALENTINO

Cropped crocheted cotton-blend wide-leg pants

ISABEL MARANT

Amuko leather-trimmed suede tote

CHLOÉ

Crochet-knit cashmere, wool and silk-blend mini dress

LOEWE

Braided leather bangle

JOSEPH

Delcie tie-detailed ramie midi dress

LOEWE

Gate knotted leather slippers

ZIMMERMANN

Postcard fringed crocheted straw bucket hat

HUNZA G

Solitaire swimsuit

CARTIER EYEWEAR

Santos de Cartier metal shield sunglasses

SAINT LAURENT

Small raffia bucket bag

SAINT LAURENT

Double-breasted virgin wool coat

  • The spread in the WSJ magazine today was full of fun inspiration, all pieces shown are more luxurious than what was actually being worn. These price tags turn the 70’s into an event for the one percenters; no one else need show up. The 70’s weren’t snobby or elitist–it was essentially the launch of ‘street style.’ None of us paid big to be cool . . .

    PaulaFebruary 15th, 2015  12:33 AM

     
  • Great story, and it jogged my memory of red bags, which I carried all through the 70’s and into the early 80’s.

    KathyFebruary 15th, 2015  10:42 AM

     
  • The Loafers.

    That's Not My AgeFebruary 15th, 2015  2:40 PM

     
  • Paula, your comment is spot on!

    GraceFebruary 16th, 2015  10:01 AM

     

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