Sexy ’70s! The Season’s Hottest Looks in Fashion and Decor Are Gloriously Groovy, Man

Sexy ’70s! The Season’s Hottest Looks in Fashion and Decor Are Gloriously Groovy, Man

A look from Michael Kors

This year, fall style is inspired by the return of the decadent disco era. And the Seventies have never been sexier! Stand out in high-shine metallics, sequin dressing, contemporary decor and archival re-editions with curvaceous geometrics and bold colors. By Amanda Llanes and Adam Cook


Scarf neck tank, $950, by LaPointe

Belted trouser, $1,350, by LaPointe

Crystal sandal, $2,295, by Jimmy Choo

Mini bag, $2,395, by Jimmy Choo

Earrings, $940, by Rudolph Friedmann at Deutsch Fine Jewelry

Cushion, $750, by Gucci

Armchair, by Patricia Urquiola for Moroso, at Shop

Sofa, by Cassina

Rug, by Cristina Celestino for Maison Matisse, at Shop

Mirror, by Ettore Sottsass Jr, at Poltronova



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