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The ’70s dom­i­nated the spring/sum­mer 2015 run­ways, from the Wood­stock-wor­thy frocks at Chloé to the fringe and flares at Emilio Pucci. While Saint Lau­rent and Tom Ford went glam, chan­nelling Stu­dio 54 with moody hues and metallics, Dries Van Noten took sit-in chic to another level, trans­form­ing the car­peted cat­walk into a poetic land­scape where mod­els lounged lux­u­ri­ously in bold-pat­terned vests, silk py­jama-cut pants and di­aphanous dresses—a bo­hemian day­dream if ever there was one. LISA GUI­MOND


This sea­son, de­sign­ers gave the ’70s a whole lotta love. Can you dig it? THE RO­MAN­TIC MYS­TIQUE In­spired by Sir John Everett Mil­lais’ paint­ing Ophe­lia, Dries Van Noten brought the fallen hero­ine back to life with his s/s 2015 show.

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