Fashion of the 70s Icon 25 Anv

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TASCHEN 25 – Special edition! Glitter and glamFrom hippie to disco to punk, this look book relives 1970s fashion via clothing advertisements from the decade. In between its covers you`ll find bell-bottoms and feathered hair mingling with platform shoes, Diane Von Furstenberg wrap dresses and endless amounts of polyester (what were they thinking?). About the Series: More bang for your buck! … a fast-food, high-energy fix on the topic at hand. The New York Times Book Review Cultural anthropologist and graphic design historian Jim Heimann is Executive Editor for TASCHEN America, and author of numerous books on architecture, pop culture, and the history of the West Coast, Los Angeles and Hollywood. His unrivaled private collection of ephemera has featured in museum exhibitions around the world and dozens of books. Laura Schooling is the Creative Services Manager of STYLE.COM, and was the founding editor of Front Desk Los Angeles magazine. She has written about music, fashion, and art for Black Book, Time Out New York and Angeleno. Her fiction writing has been featured, among others, in Giant magazine.

These designs, such as the wrap dress and pants suit, were made popular by designers who have become icons in the fashion industry for creating influential works of art that left a major imprint on the fashion history of the 20th century and beyond. Madonna has continued to reinvent her look over the decades, but it's the Material Girl's first appearance on the scene—wearing cone bras and studded bustiers in the '80s—that make her a fashion trailblazer. Next up: the biggest autumn/winter 2017 fashion trends you need to know about. As we celebrate the sporty trends of the '80s, the new shapes of the '70s, and the whimsical prints of the '60s, let's ride the time machine a little further back toward the beginning of last century and remind the world how the fashion icons of the 1920s truly started it all when it came to modern fashion.

Regularly touted as one of the most stylish men to have every lived, actor Steve McQueen was an icon both on and off the screen. Bianca Jagger secured her spot in the 70s fashion hall of fame as one of Yves Saint Laurent's chief supporters and muses, famously wearing his designs for her 1971 wedding to Rolling Stone Mick ... Pat Cleveland was also part of the first group of black models to find major success in the fashion industry back in the '60s and '70s. This year, the 68-year-old strutted her stuff during the Hellessy show in New York.