Seventies: British Style on a Budget

Fashionistas are raiding the attic for high-waisted flares, kitten bow blouses, fringed vests and wooden platforms, as designers embraced seventies retro.

Trust Biba (the famous British high street store that opened in the 60s and has since been relaunched) to channel the best vintage vibe, with high-waisted, wide-leg pants, paisley kitten bow blouses, jaunty berets, and flowy maxi dresses. 70s hippie chic was also a big look at Derek Lam, who showcased very wearable chiffon blouses with retro balloon sleeves and fringed leather bags hung nonchalantly on the shoulder. Other designers opted for a clean-cut Riviera style: models at DKNY were monochromatic in white flares and black floppy hats, Diane von Furstenberg favoured the glamorous headscarf-and-bug-eye-sunglasses combo, and every fashion editor wanted to get their hands on D&G