Thursday, August 30, 2018

EARLY 70's BUCOLIC DRESS



CLOSET CASTLE di Annapaola Brancia d'Apricena










Edwardian fashion refers to the clothing that was in style between the late 1890s and 1914 or the beginning of the Great War (World War I). British high society reigned as the cultural elite and Edward's extravagance ruled fashion and set the tone for behavior and fashion.
One of the fashion trends of the 70s drew inspiration from the Edwardian era. Laura Ashley was one of the most representative labels of this victorian bucolic phase of the early '70s, with her romantic cotton long dresses. Historical, particularly American prairie or British Edwardian style dress looked to similar ideas of an imagined era of innocence in the troubling atmosphere of the 1970s.

Early 70's Victorian bucolic dress


Jerry Hall for Vogue Summer Patterns, 1975. Photo by Steve Horn
Jerry Hall for Vogue Summer Patterns, 1975. Photo by Steve Horn.

photo by Harri Peccinotti, 1972




Laura Ashley

Laura Ashley



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