Jeans Made for Walking Down Memory Lane
Seventies fashion again feels existing apart from everything else, with denim styles as free and liberating as they were in the disco period. For motivation, look no more distant than to three stylish ladies of the period.
The American style symbol Lee Radziwill (above, at home in New York in 1976) wore an easygoing, frayed pair of jeans that are sufficient to make you need to break out a couple of shears.
The French actress Sylvie Vartan (envisioned here striding down a Los Angeles walkway in 1976) combined billowing bell bottoms with an exceptionally Parisian striped shirt.
Yoko Ono wore dark, wide-legged jeans as she strolled with John Lennon in New York in 1971.