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.