Stradivarius fills F/W 2015 line with 70s inspiration

The Collection, which has a strong seventies inspiration, gives a renewed vision of the decade

The Stradivarius proposal for Fall / Winter 2015 arrives full of 70s inspiration, and telling a story about music and emotions. The model, Cate Underwood gives life to a DJ who narrates her feelings and thoughts when she goes up on a stage; music is her passion and what gives her energy.

The photographers Bèla Adler and Salvador Fresneda were the ones behind the lens, and have captured the essence of the Collection, which has a strong seventies inspiration, and gives a renewed vision of the decade without forgetting the most representative fittings such as the A line skirts and flared pants.

The seventies rock leave us clear influences in the must haves of the season: Fringing evolve in nappa garments like vests and jackets; fluid floral print dresses appear, especially with peak neckline and fit & flare silhouette, in a very glamourous rock looks.

The ultimate groupie style comes with the A-line skirts and coats with the same silhouette. The snake prints and Rodeo reminiscences (studs, contrast stitching details on blouses and western inspiration details) are mixed to result in a very wearable and trendy combination.

Another season keys are also the velvet blazer, shirts with tie detail, and skinny scarves, to give a seventies strong spirit to any look.

The most retro side of the 70s has presence in geometric patterns, patchwork and spikes garments, resulting in a urban and preppy style.

The denim hint is provided by dresses, jumpers and skirts: clothes that are typically made of this fabric, and which give the outfit of a feminine touch. They are essential pieces for this season, that can be mixed sometimes with patchwork suede or snake prints.

Do forget the perkins neck, or flared pants, which are also clear representatives of this trend.