1970s Designer Vintage Dresses - 3 of the most iconic labels. April 07 2019, 0 Comments
1970s Designer Vintage Dresses - Top 3 fashion designers.
A legend in the vintage fashion industry, Ossie clark is one of the most collectible pieces of 1960s and 1970s desiger vintage. He started his career by designing under the also iconic Alice Pollock's Quorum label. He is known for his incredibly sexy yet elegant designs, often in his signature fabric, moss crepe, or in delicate chiffons. His then wife, Celia Birtwell created the prints for his clothing becoming one of the most iconic designer duos in the fashion industry.
With the bold sex appeal created in the designs of Ossie juxtaposed with Celia's soft, feminine floral patterns, they appealed to glamorous women all over the word with the Ossie Clark woman often being young models, girlfriends of rock stars and cool girls. Today, vintage Ossie clark clothing has the same appeal with beautiful and talented celebrities as varying as Kate Moss, Florence Welch, P!nk, Amal Clooney and Emma Watson all have worn his vintage dresses.Click here to shop our collection of 1970s designer vintage dresses, including evening dresses by Ossie Clark.
The Parisian Chloé label was started in 1952 by Gaby Aghion. However, it really became an iconic luxury label in the 1970s after Karl Lagerfeld was hired as the creative director. He designed for Chloé from 1966 but his most iconic era was during the late 60s and throughout the 70s. The beautiful bohemian and playful clothes designed under the Karl Lagerfeld era have become some of the most collectible 1970s designer vintage around. Indeed, the Chloé label is as iconic today for its early 70s youthful and feminine clothing as it was at the time.
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The British fashion designer, Zandra Rhodes is one of the most covetable labels for collectors of 1970s designer vintage dresses. Known for her luxurious fabrics, she is predominantly a textile artist who puts her wearable art on floaty chiffons in bohemian silhouettes. Some of her most iconic collections include the 'Conceptual Chic' collection of 1977 which recognized the punk fashions coming out of Britain in this period and elevated it creating a 'punk couture' look, with cut outs creating a calculatedly distressed design and faux pearls draped in a necklace style, referencing the chains in DIY clothing at the time.
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