Fashion Icons Of The 1970s
We love the seventies; here we look back at the biggest style icons from the decade. Flares and hotpants at the ready!
1. Jacqueline Bisset
A rare fashion icon that preferred simpler outfits, actress Bisset was known for her flares and bell-sleeved shirts.
2. Stevie Nicks
Fleetwood Mac’s Nicks worked an eclectic look throughout the seventies, including fringed shawls, denim and lace.
3. Jerry Hall
Model Hall was quite the glamour puss; plenty of sating, low-cut dresses and flowing skirts.
4. Joanna Lumley
Joanna Lumley was known for a typically English look and sense of style, ranging from flowing dresses to more tailored looks.
5. Faye Dunaway
Faye Dunaway was one of the most popular actresses in the 1970s, starring in some of the decade’s best films. She won the Best Actress Oscar in 1976 for Network.
6. Debbie Harry
Blondie gained worldwide success in the late 1970s with their single ‘Heart Of Glass’. Harry was quick to become a style icon with her platinum blonde hair and willingness to try new things with fashion.
7. Bianca Jagger
Bianca Jagger, pictured here on the wedding day to Rolling Stones’ Mick, was the epitome of seventies fashion. Her hats and flowing evening wear left everybody following in her footsteps.