There’s a groovy ’70s vibe in the air. As Swedish Hasbeens Founder and Designer Emy Blixt describes, “The ’70s is my childhood and my generation. I will always look back on the ’70s and remember when our mothers were young and cool and looked great in those ’70s ABBA clogs… The ’70s was a time for change, community and responsibility for the world our kids will inherit, and this is something people have started to care about again.”
Welcome to the return of the’70s, also known as Spring ’16, where the call for a better future is as loud as the swish of flare jeans and the clomp of wood clogs. And that desire for change—be it political, spiritual or purely sartorial—is reflected on the runway. After seasons of technical and athleisure-inspired collections, spanning designer sweatshirts to $1,000 sneakers, designers are keying into nostalgic themes with a sense of Flower Child style and wonder.
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