The early Seventies in fashion carried a lot of the Hippie vibe: people would wear bell-bottom pants, frayed jeans, midi skirts, maxi dresses, Tie-dye, and ponchos. Others would prefer a dressy casual look: tight t-shirts with flared pants, sweaters, cardigans, and boots. Pastels were popular colors, especially baby blue, yellow, mauve, and peach. By the mid-1970s, the Hippie look fell out of fashion and was replaced by tailored business styles: tailored blazer, midi skirt, a fitted blouse, and classic high heels. While the late Seventies was all about disco: chunky heels became a must, along with jersey wrap dresses, tube tops, sequined shirts, spandex shorts, and high slit skirts with boots. Three-piece suits with wide lapels and flared pants were popular in powder blue, beige, and white.
We admired not so much time ago, on the fashion runways, the new Collection from Moschino for Spring-Summer 2020 ready-to-wear. This time, the famous designer Jeremy Scott has dedicated this collection to Picasso and his muses. He created an entire collection using different canvas as art play. And he was not the only one who has decided to insert accents like flower-art-print as a local focal point (like Prada) or to create entire outfits in art-printed fabrics (like Blumarine, Alexander McQueen and other).